Make Sure You Have The Final Word At Your Sentencing.
Maryland Sentence Modification Lawyers
Maryland law provides many chances for those convicted of crimes to change and have lighter sentences than originally imposed.
Whether it’s the first sentence hearing, a plea bargain negotiation, or a request to modify an old sentence, JC Law has your back and will fight for a fairer outcome.
What Happens At A Sentencing Hearing In Maryland Courts?
Can You Change A Sentence After A Judge Gives It?
When Can You File A Motion To Modify A Maryland Criminal Sentence?
What Kind Of Sentence Modifications Can Be Requested?
How Do “Plea Bargains” or “Plea Deals” Impact Maryland Sentences?
The Prosecution Offered Me A Plea Deal. Should I Take It?
How Can Defense Lawyers Help Sentencing? Isn’t It Too Late For Legal Help By Then?
Your Legal Team
Founding Partner & Senior Litigator
Jim believes that the power to change the life of even one client is worth more than any amount of money or prestige. That's why he's spent just about every day of his working career in a Maryland courtroom, giving clients their opportunity for justice.
Criminal Department Manager & Senior Litigator
Originally a lawyer from the Big Apple, Mark and his family relocated to Charm City to represent Marylanders for both criminal and civil matters. Whether it's a traffic-related charge or a serious criminal matter in the District or Circuit Court, you'll want Mark in your corner.
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Every case deserves the personal attention of a licensed legal professional. That’s why we offer a free initial consultation to any Marylander who needs it.
Develop Your Legal Strategy
During your initial conversation, your consulting attorney will offer suggestions and advice concerning your specific situation and desired outcomes.
Move Forward With Confidence
Once you retain James Crawford Law, you’ll have the entire Firm team at your disposal to fight for your side of the story. Our first priority will be the success of your case.