Louisville, Kentucky Criminal Defense Overview

Hands of criminal with handcuffs in the court roomA person’s freedom is the most important thing in their life. Kentucky takes a harsh stance against crime, and a criminal conviction will have serious consequences. Being convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony can mean incarceration, fines, a permanent record, and difficulty finding future employment. If you or a loved one have been arrested, it is important you recognize the gravity of the situation and take the matter seriously. Retaining an experienced criminal defense attorney is important to ensuring that your rights are protected. Will Corrigan is a Louisville lawyer who has been licensed since 2009. Will handles all matters in our office personally and takes great pride in the level of service he provides. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.

Louisville lawyer handling criminal cases involving misdemeanors, felonies, federal charges, and more

Many situations can lead to being charged with a crime by the state of Kentucky. The potential sentence for a crime will depend on the nature of the offense, whether the accused has a previous criminal record,and other considerations. Regardless of the level of the charges, you face serious consequences. Common cases handled by our office include:

These offenses can result in lengthy prison sentences and other lasting ramifications. It is advised that you retain an experienced attorney to assist you.

Will devotes much of his practice to defending the rights of accused Louisville residents. He will use the initial consultation to hear your side of the story and to help you understand what to expect as the case moves forward. He will file bond reductions or attend arraignment court to help get your loved one out of jail, back home, or back to work. He will quickly obtain the arrest reports, witness statements, and any other evidence which the prosecution must provide under Brady v. Maryland and the rules of Discovery. Sometimes Will is able to negotiate for a Diversion deal, reduced charges, or a dismissal. Our office will file any necessary Motions if Will believes that police violated your Fourth or Fifth Amendment rights. These Motions will request that any illegally obtained evidence be excluded from Court proceedings and, under certain circumstances, such a request may result in a dismissal. We will also take the necessary steps in the event that a trial is necessary These steps include conducting a full investigation and making sure you are prepared to go forward. Contact our office today to speak with a lawyer.

Attorney providing quality service to Louisville residents who face criminal charges

One of the most common complaints against attorneys is that they fail to stay in contact with their clients. Will strives to be different in this regard. He regularly provides clients with his cell phone number, he quickly responds to messages, and he promptly replies to emails and text messages. He makes himself available to answer any questions you may have and he works to address your concerns. We consider it a great privilege to represent the residents of Louisville and we take this obligation seriously. We are ready to assist you.