STRATEGIC DEFENSE BY HIGHLY EXPERIENCED AND RESPECTED ATTORNEYS
At The LaScala Firm, we handle all criminal law cases that include DUI charges, drug charges — from small-quantity possession to large-quantity manufacturing — and white collar crimes such as fraud and forgery. Being former prosecutors, with more than 4 decades of combined legal experience, our attorneys have handled hundreds of such cases, enabling us to anticipate the prosecution’s strategy and stay at least one step ahead. We work with forensic experts, investigators, psychiatrists, physicians and other professionals to prepare a strategic defense for your case.
TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR FUTURE WITH EXPERIENCED CRIMINAL LAW DEFENSE
In the complex and constantly changing field of criminal law, your choice in legal representation is crucial. Call The LaScala Firm at (404) 881-8866 or contact us online today for your free initial consultation with an established attorney.
The LaScala Firm
Our attorneys work diligently and efficiently to build a case that protects your rights in the following kinds of criminal law cases:
Michael LaScala has prosecuted and defended thousands of DUI cases. Michael’s experience on both sides of the tribunal works to your advantage: Michael knows the ins and outs of the system and can help you retain your license, successfully defend and win your DUI case or mitigate your fines or jail time.
No matter how minor or serious your drug offense, our attorneys vigorously examine the evidence against you to determine if it was collected illegally or contaminated during seizure. At the same time, we set honest expectations and always keep you informed of potential drug offense penalties.
White Color Crime
White-collar crimes often involve detailed investigations led by law enforcement agents who specialize in fraud, corruption, forgery, embezzlement or bribery. Experienced in litigating such cases on our clients’ behalf and is able to mitigate serious penalties in many cases.
Our attorneys leave no stone unturned when exposing mistakes or misconduct that may have negatively affected your trial. Because appeals are time-sensitive, you need to act quickly after conviction in filing an appeal.
Do you have questions about your case?
Contact us today and let us see if we can help you with your case.