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Criminal Defense, Appeals, and Court Services


How do you define security? Good advice and excellent counsel are important aspects to any legal situation. However, the ability to win in court -- to overcome the objections and challenges of the opposing party, are what define security for the clients of Hanover Law.

We will stand with you during each step of the criminal process from preliminary hearings to the final jury trial. When our clients are detained, the cost of visiting them in local jails is included in the total cost of representation. We also provide investigative services to make the state prove its case.

Hanover Law will defend the rights of the accused in both felony and misdemeanor cases. We have considerable experience in serious crimes, including robbery, armed offenses, and sexual assault.

We also work on appeals cases in the District of Columbia local and Federal courts. Let us review your appeal case, and help you draft a cogent legal argument for overturning a lower court's judgment.

Litigation is more than just court time, however. In order to truly help a client, an attorney must make an effort to provide timely updates on case status and excellent communications. At Hanover Law, we give our clients the security of knowing that they have powerhouse legal counsel to support them.

We currently defend clients in the Washington, D.C. area in cases involving:

  • Statutory Rape
  • Rape
  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • Child Molestation
  • Robbery
  • Hit and Run
  • Domestic Violence
  • DWI
  • Narcotics Possession

Do I Really Need An Attorney?


If criminal charges are filed against you, it is essential to obtain advice from an accomplished lawyer.

Your criminal defense attorney will analyze your case, and discuss how evidence can be used to your advantage even before charges are filed.

It is crucial to know that if charges are filed against you, they will appear on your criminal record. Your record is obtainable by employers or any party researching your background. Even if the charges are dropped or dismissed, a good defense attorney can help get your arrest and trial records expunged.

Need Criminal help NOW? Contact us!

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