Underage Drinking and Date Rape Defense Law Firm for Georgetown and Surrounding Areas
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College offers students an opportunity for a rewarding future. It also presents new-found dangers, and poor judgment can have disastrous consequences in their lives. For students at the University of Maryland or neighboring colleges and universities, binge drinking at frat parties and bars, experimenting with drugs, or accusations of sexual assault can lead to an arrest on criminal charges.
College student crimes are serious matters requiring serious, swift attention. The Greenbelt, Maryland student criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Richard P. Arnold is ready to help. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer to discuss the charges you face and how to effectively handle any and all consequences.
Experienced Legal Help That Saves Futures
Prosecutors crack down hard on college student crimes, making examples of those who threaten the safety and reputation of area schools. Even if you avoid a criminal conviction, you may be called into a university disciplinary hearing. You face the possibility of expulsion, financial aid revocation, and loss of student housing. Foreign students attending school in Maryland could face deportation.
- Traffic violations
- Underage drinking
- Marijuana possession, cultivation or distribution
- Date rape or other sexual offenses
- Possession of pornography
- Administrative hearings
- Fake ID
- Destruction of property
Whether you are a college student charged with being a minor in possession of a controlled substance, statutory rape of a minor, leaving the scene of an accident, or another crime, seek experienced criminal defense representation immediately.
Your Academic and Career Potential Are at Stake
We have the knowledge, resources and experience to aggressively protect your rights and avoid a life-altering criminal conviction. At the very least, we can minimize the fallout by helping to get your charges reduced, or explore sentencing alternatives to going to jail.
The mistakes of youth can negatively impact your adult life for years. You deserve the best possible opportunity for a brighter future. Contact a Maryland college crimes lawyer who offers sound legal advice and representation. Initial consultations are free. Evening or weekend appointments are available in emergencies.