FAIRFAX CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY FIGHTING FOR YOU!
For most of us, an arrest is a frightening prospect. Being handcuffed, fingerprinted, and having your rights read to you can put fear into almost anyone. Don’t panic. If you’re in or near Fairfax, Manassas, or anywhere in Northern Virginia, help is only a phone call away. You’ll need legal help because even if you’re not sent to jail for a criminal conviction, you might have to pay a stiff fine and serve probation. It’s better to avoid a conviction altogether if you can.
When you are charged with a crime, you’ll want a seasoned, veteran attorney with a proven track record. Fairfax criminal defense attorney Scott C. Nolan will be a strong advocate on your behalf. With two decades of courtroom experience and success, Scott C. Nolan offers the high-quality defense that every client needs when facing criminal charges in the Fairfax and Manassas areas.
HOW I CAN HELP?
Assault and Battery
Being charged with assault or battery is serious. You could be sent to jail, placed on probation, or fined. Let attorney Scott C. Nolan help.
If you are convicted of a crime, it does not necessarily mean jail or prison. Virginia provides alternative sentencing programs for convicted offenders who qualify.
If you’re arrested, you’ll want out of jail as soon as possible, but getting released is sometimes challenging. You may need the right attorney’s help.
Because it spans the globe and reaches millions, the internet has made possible all kinds of crimes. Anyone could be falsely accused of a “cybercrime.”
Although they are not crimes of violence, white-collar crimes – financial crimes that may impact thousands of innocent working people – are prosecuted quite aggressively in Virginia.
Merely entering a building with the intent to commit a crime constitutes burglary. If you are charged with burglary, promptly contact attorney Scott C. Nolan.
Violent crimes are the most severely-punished crimes in Virginia’s justice system. A conviction for a violent crime may be penalized with a prolonged prison term.
Virginia aggressively enforces drug laws. If you’re accused of any drug-related crime in Northern Virginia, you cannot be represented by the wrong criminal defense attorney.
Nobody wants to face the consequences of a conviction for DUI. Scott C. Nolan is extensively trained in the details of DUI law and science.
Reckless driving isn’t just a traffic offense in Virginia – it’s a crime, a Class 1 misdemeanor, and a conviction for reckless driving has serious consequences.
Don’t be tempted to flee the scene of an accident. Especially if someone is injured, hit-and-run is handled as a serious crime in this state.
If you reside elsewhere but you’re charged with a crime in Virginia, you should know that defense attorney Scott C. Nolan routinely represents out-of-state clients.
In 2018, more than 115,000 thefts were reported in Virginia. With so much theft, an innocent person could easily wind up facing a theft charge.
Many Virginia criminal cases involve warrants – a search warrant or an arrest warrant. Scott C. Nolan represents individuals charged with crimes and named in warrants.
Sealing and Expunging
If you’re being turned away by employers, an old criminal charge or arrest record may be the reason why. Sometimes, those records can be expunged.
When a probationer violates the terms of probation, the consequences can be severe, but the right lawyer can help you fight a probation violation charge.
IF YOU ARE ARRESTED
If you’re placed under arrest – and whether the police say so or not – you have the right to remain silent, and it is always wise to exercise that right. You must take any criminal charge seriously. The state of Virginia does, and a charge isn’t going away until it is resolved. Get the help you need as swiftly as you can, and discuss your case with no one but your attorney. Adhere to your attorney’s advice, and do not fail to appear in court.
If you’re innocent of the criminal charge against you, Scott C. Nolan will negotiate to have the charge dropped or the case dismissed. If your case goes to trial, he will explain to a jury exactly what happened and why you should be acquitted. In those cases where a conviction is certain, Scott C. Nolan will fight for reduced or alternative sentencing.
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WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU GET A DUI IN FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA?
If a police officer believes that you pose a threat to yourself or others, you could be charged with reckless driving or DUI. Those are serious criminal charges in Virginia, and not mere traffic violations. You could be arrested, fined, lose your job, or in the worst-case scenario, serve time in jail. It doesn’t matter why they stop you – if a police officer thinks that you are driving recklessly or under the influence, the consequences can be harsh.
With the possibility of jail time and more for a DUI or reckless driving conviction, you must have the right Fairfax DUI attorney fighting on your behalf. Expert DUI Attorney Scott C. Nolan has extensive training in DUI/DWI breath and blood testing, forensic toxicology, and the administration of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. He also has a remarkable record of success defending clients charged with reckless driving and DUI.
SCOTT C. NOLAN
Since 2000, Fairfax criminal defense attorney Scott C. Nolan has dedicated his practice to representing clients charged with serious traffic offenses, DUI, and other crimes in Northern Virginia’s federal and state courts. He is a member of the National College for DUI Defense and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has also earned a perfect 10.0 “Top Lawyer” ranking from AVVO, the independent lawyer rating service.
Don’t put your case in the wrong attorney’s hands. Scott C. Nolan defends his clients effectively against a variety of criminal charges. He has represented thousands of clients accused of serious crimes in Fairfax, Manassas, and throughout Northern Virginia. Former clients routinely provide him with referrals and five-star reviews. Scott C. Nolan has built a reputation for aggressive defense representation, extraordinary client service, and legal excellence. You can put his two decades of experience to work for you.
HOW CAN A CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY HELP YOU?
Virginia criminal defense attorney Scott C. Nolan also handles cases that include violent crimes such as assault, battery, domestic violence, and other serious felony charges; drug crimes including the possession, sale, distribution, manufacture, or cultivation of illegal substances; burglary and other theft crimes; white-collar crimes and cybercrimes; and hit-and-run and other serious traffic charges.
You already know that to convict you of a crime, the state must prove your guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt.” Attorney Scott C. Nolan knows how to find the flaws in the state’s case and how to cast doubt on the state’s evidence and witnesses. He will answer your questions, explain how the law applies in your own situation, work diligently on your behalf, and achieve the best possible outcome to your case. Whether the charge is a crime of violence or a simple traffic infraction, attorney Scott C. Nolan can help.
CALL TO SCHEDULE A CASE EVALUATION TODAY
Virginia criminal defense lawyer Scott C. Nolan is skilled and experienced at handling the most complicated criminal cases and winning the best possible outcomes for his clients. Every client is treated with absolute respect and dignity and is offered every professional courtesy and consideration. You’ll work directly with Scott C. Nolan, and the lines of communication will remain open until your case is resolved. He represents the accused in Fairfax and Fairfax County, Manassas and Prince William County, and throughout Northern Virginia.
Scott C. Nolan understands what’s at stake when you’re facing harsh penalties for criminal charges: your family, your career, your freedom, and your future. To learn more about your rights and the law in Virginia, or if you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime, and you need the right defense lawyer’s help – fast – call Scott C. Nolan’s law offices or contact him online.