Reno Criminal Lawyer
Have you been accused of a crime in Northern Nevada? In order to protect your rights it is important to consult a qualified, experienced criminal lawyer immediately. Reno Nevada Law attorney, Lee Hotchkin is considered one of the top-ranked Criminal Lawyers in Washoe County for a reason; he will do everything he can to keep you out of jail and successfully defend your case.
Nevada is currently ranked second in the nation in violent crimes. In Reno we see murders, and robberies on the nightly news. Being arrested in Reno can be a startling experience to say the least. One wouldn’t expect such conditions in a place like Reno, but the jails are overcrowded; a place where they put you in holding cells for hours with hardend criminals.
If you have received a call from a love one who is currently in jail, call Reno Nevada Law criminal lawyer, Lee Hotchkin at (775) 786-5791 to get them out of jail and successfully defend them against their criminal charges.
If you are accused of a crime in the Reno or Sparks area you will be facing a very tough Washoe County District Attorney. You need an experienced criminal lawyer who can go toe to toe with the best Nevada can present against you. Reno Nevada Law criminal lawyer Lee Hotchkin is that attorney.
Lee’s extensive knowledge of the legal system combined with more than 33 years of criminal defense in the Reno area will be put to work for you. He has been praised by former clients for his ability to have criminal cases dismissed. He may be able to do the same for you. Lee can meet you in his office during normal business hours or after hours and weekends by appointment - and even at the jail.
You deserve an experienced Reno criminal lawyer who can get results. Call Lee Hotchkin at Reno Nevada Law (775) 786-5791 today - it's what we do!
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