Your Legal Ally In Violent Crime Cases

Legally, those accused of committing crimes are considered "innocent until proven guilty." If you have been charged with a violent crime, however, you may feel that you have been convicted in the court of public opinion even before your trial has begun. Confronting these allegations in and out of court can create a heavy burden.

This isn't a struggle you have to face alone. In Opelika, the Agricola Law team fiercely advocates for all clients facing charges for a range of criminal offenses. Led by our firm's principal criminal defense attorney, Barbi Agricola, our team is dedicated to ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the legal process.

Licensed to practice in both Alabama and Georgia criminal courts, Barbi has deep knowledge of each state's criminal procedures and requirements. As a result, she can examine the circumstances surrounding your arrest to determine if your rights were overlooked. An award-winning trial lawyer, Barbi develops targeted litigation strategies that focus on witness reliability among other factors.

Defending You Against A Range Of Complex Charges

When you consult with our legal team in our office or off-site, we will examine all of the facts surrounding your case. We then identify the best course of action to follow for a range of offenses, including:

  • Assault charges, including aggravated assault and domestic violence charges
  • Robbery
  • Weapons offenses
  • Sex crimes, including rape and sexual assault

If you're facing a future with a felony conviction on your criminal record, the stakes are high. Work with an attorney who is recognized by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys™ and USAttorneys.com for her skilled representation and record of success.

When Your Freedom Is Tied To The Outcome Of A Criminal Case, You Need An Experienced Attorney By Your Side. Contact Ours Today.

For your convenience, you can reach Opelika's Agricola Law through our online contact form or over the phone at 706-341-3124 or 334-610-1064.