Decades of Experience in Criminal and DWI Law
Here at The Khan Law Offices, PLLC, we provide aggressive and strategic criminal law representation to clients in Monroe, Charlotte, Albemarle, Wadesboro and surrounding areas in Mecklenburg, Union, Stanly and Anson counties. Attorney Bobby Khan has nearly two decades of experience in this area of law, making him ideally equipped to analyze your situation and develop a strong plan for protecting your rights.
Not just any attorney can handle a case involving homicide, drug trafficking or other serious felonies. You need an advocate with a track record of defending against serious charges. In addition, many criminal lawyers are not versed in the inner workings of the local county criminal justice system. Mr. Khan, on the other hand, is intimately familiar with many of the court systems in North Carolina.
Mr. Khan is available to defend you against a wide range of charges, including:
- Drunk driving/DWI, which can lead to jail time and the loss of your driver’s license
- Traffic offenses such as speeding, reckless driving or driving without insurance
- Drug offenses such as drug possession, sales, manufacturing, trafficking or prescription drug fraud
- Violent crimes such as domestic violence, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, armed robbery, murder, manslaughter, vehicular homicide and arson
- Theft offenses and other financial crimes such as embezzlement, shoplifting and credit card fraud
- Weapons offenses such as assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm by a felon and carrying a concealed weapon
- Sex crimes such as rape, stalking, sexual abuse, child abuse, child pornography and prostitution
Remember, in every case, you have the right to remain silent. It is vital that you exercise this right. Don’t talk about your situation with the police or anyone else until you consult us.
What’s The Difference Between A Misdemeanor And A Felony?
A misdemeanor is a lower classification of crime wherein the penalty will be less severe. If you are charged with a misdemeanor offense, you could face no more than 150 days in jail and fines. If you are charged with a felony, you could face at least one year in jail and up to a life imprisonment without the possibility of parole, or even the death penalty.
Don’t Settle For A Public Defender — Choose Your Own Champion
If you are facing charges for any crime, having a private criminal defense attorney represent you can make all the difference. A public defender may seem more affordable, but a privately retained attorney is typically able to spend more time investigating your case and developing a winning defense strategy.
Let The Khan Law Offices, PLLC, champion your rights and freedom. Call us at 704-282-2155 or contact us online to set up a consultation today.