Criminal defense law can pertain to minor offenses, misdemeanors, or serious federal crimes. People sometimes make mistakes, errors in judgment, and while they may be immediately remorseful, the court may not always be forgiving. Other times completely innocent people are falsely accused or charged with a crime that they did not commit. In either case, if you are being investigated for a crime or have already been charged, you’ll want to hire a seasoned criminal defense attorney immediately, someone you can trust. In Richmond Hill, Savannah, GA and points across the state, that attorney has long been Tyler Lee Randolph P.C.
Tyler Lee Randolph P.C. will work with you from the beginning, from your very first fact-finding consultation all the way through your trial, if a trial is necessary. In some cases, Attorney Randolph may be able to work with the prosecution to reduce your charges, or possibly even have your case dismissed or help you avoid conviction if you agree to a court-sponsored program, make restitution to the victim, etc. There are always options, and certainly no one is guaranteed of any outcome, as it is ultimately up to the court to decide, but a savvy criminal defense attorney can almost always help you broker a much better deal, whether it is a reduction of fines, reduction of jail time, avoidance of conviction, acquittal, or other. From your first consultation, through our thorough investigatory process utilizing skilled state investigators who will interview police and witnesses, gather evidence, etc., we will build the best defense possible to protect your rights and your freedom. If you’re in need of a criminal defense attorney in the Richmond Hill, GA/Savannah, GA area, or surrounding counties, contact us today!
Wills, Trusts, Estates, And Probate | Tyler Lee Randolph P.C.
No one knows when their time will come, but what we do know is that it is always better to be prepared than not. When someone passes away without a will, which is referred to as ‘intestate,’ they are essentially allowing the courts to decide what happens to their estate, how their assets are distributed, and to whom. This is not a situation you want to happen. A wills attorney can assist you with the planning of your estate and prepare a will that will be the blueprint for all that happens after you pass away.