Defending You Against Criminal Charges

If you have been charged with a criminal offense, you may feel that your finances limit your legal options. You can accept a plea or fight the charges on your own in court. You may believe that it's financially responsible to represent yourself, especially with misdemeanor offenses or in hearings.

While self-representation can save you money in the short term, there are risks attached to this approach. Pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge can affect your ability to secure a job, apartment or loan at a reasonable rate. Over the long run, these restrictions can cost you more than hiring a criminal defense lawyer.

Located in the Auburn area, the legal professionals at Agricola Law provide effective and economical solutions for clients in Montgomery and throughout western Georgia and eastern Alabama. Our criminal defense attorneys have extensive courtroom experience. In addition to her years in private practice, Barbi Agricola has served in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. District Courts in Alabama. Al S. Agricola has been representing clients in criminal law matters since 1978. Al Agricola's experience as a federal prosecutor gives him unique insight into the system as a defense attorney.

Offering Experienced Counsel For Misdemeanor And Felony Offenses

Our attorneys' substantial legal background helps us create defensive strategies that target flaws in the opposing counsel's arguments. Licensed to practice in state, federal and appellate courts, they will advocate for clients charged with a range of offenses, including:

Dedicated to thorough preparation and aggressive defense, the Agricola Law team strives to protect your rights at all stages of the criminal process. Before you commit to any legal action, contact our Opelika firm to learn your options.

Speak To A Qualified Legal Professional Today. Agricola Law Firm Is On Your Side.

You can easily schedule your case assessment. Reach our team online or over the phone at 706-341-3124 or 334-610-1064.