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JC Law – Serving the Great State of Maryland for Criminal Justice

Criminal defense is a tradition here at JC Law. We have a combined 45 years of experience defending Marylanders' rights. That experience results in a wealth of knowledge and wisdom in criminal defense. Here's how JC Law works for you:

  • Extensive experience and success in Maryland courts help protect our citizens' rights against accusations.
  • Federal or State charges, we defend them all.
  • Aggressive and creative attorneys, working for YOUR defense against any criminal allegation.

Our Experience Leads to Your Success Defending Criminal Accusations

We know exactly how you feel when you are being investigated or charged with a crime. When the authorities bring forth their "guns and might," you need a Firm like ours to put out the fire. The overwhelming "might and power" that prosecutors use to convict is precisely why we are called "serious criminal trial lawyers."

We know how to punch back and even the playing field. Defending Marylander's is what we do every day…. seven days a week. The attorneys at JC Law have successfully tried cases in just about every state and federal courtroom in Maryland.

Our founder, Jim Crawford, has been toiling the criminal courts for almost 27 years. He established this Firm in 1992 and has personally trained each of his experienced attorneys to work aggressively on their client's behalf.

Clients, peers, and the judiciary highly regard Jim. To obtain a successful result, you need a zealous and relentless trial lawyer. We have dedicated ourselves to representing our clients to the utmost of our ability.

JC Law has a reputation as one of Maryland's most successful criminal defense firms. We focus on criminal law, and it pays off. We know what we're doing and devote every ounce of energy to protecting our clients.

Defending Marylanders in State or Federal Court

Suppose you have been charged or believe you are under investigation by an agency such as the police or the federal government. In that case, it is imperative to retain the services of a highly qualified criminal defense attorney immediately.

In many instances, a prosecution can be avoided or even resolved before an arrest or trial. The quicker we understand the facts, the easier it is to push your case to the best possible resolution.

It is also essential to understand that there are significant differences between the federal government and State regarding handling a prosecution. Attorneys at JC Law know the unique procedures and nuances to handle your case in any courtroom effectively.

We serve clients throughout Maryland in Baltimore County & City, Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Carroll County, Montgomery County, Harford County, Frederick County, Washington County, Queen Anne's County, Kent County, the Eastern Shore, as well as Western Maryland. Of course, we handle client cases in the Northern and Southern divisions of the state's Federal Court.

Aggressively and Creatively Protecting Marylanders Against Criminal Allegations

When it comes to criminal cases, remember, they are allegations and not a conviction. Having an attorney by your side to defend those accusations dramatically increases the chances of a better outcome in your case.

Our team of criminal defense attorneys is aggressive in your defense and creative in the tactics used to defend you. They will closely examine all the evidence and testimony of the case to create a vigorous defense.

The attorneys at JC Law use state of the art criminal forensic techniques and experts, including:

  • Polygraphs                    
  • Ballistic evidence
  • Interview Techniques
  • Stress test Procedures    
  • Forensic DNA

We have the education, training, and experience to provide clients with an aggressive defense that best addresses their case's unique facts.

If you face criminal charges in Maryland, contact an attorney at JC Law before talking to the police or anyone else about your case. We offer free initial consultations to lay out a strategic roadmap for a defense to the accusations.

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