When faced with criminal charges, it is important to find an experienced criminal defense attorney who can guide you through the legal system.
Dealing with an arrest/criminal prosecution is frightening and even being accused of a crime can affect your life on many levels. You run the risk of jail/prison time, job loss, court supervision, offender registration and in some serious cases all of the above.
When faced with criminal charges, it is important to find an experienced criminal defense attorney who can guide you through the legal system. Each case is different and requires a well-planned strategy to get the best possible outcome – whether it’s going to trial or negotiating a plea agreement. A good criminal defense attorney will provide honest guidance and advocate for you during this stressful and often emotional time.
Lora D. Ingels is a former prosecutor and experienced criminal defense attorney who brings a unique point of view to her cases. Lora has handled over a thousand criminal cases and has obtained not guilty verdicts for clients in jury trials involving rape, child molestation and first-degree murder. She is a zealous advocate for her clients and fights to uphold their rights in every case no matter the crime. Lora will help you to navigate the criminal justice system to obtain the best outcome possible. Learn more about Lora.
- Aggravated indecent liberties with a child – child molestation
- Aggravated indecent exposure
- Indecent solicitation
- Aggravated indecent solicitation of a child
- Sexual battery
- Criminal sodomy
- Aggravated criminal sodomy
- Unlawful sexual relations
- Lewd and lascivious behavior
- Sexual exploitation of a child
- Electronic solicitation of a child
- Sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery
- Theft by deception
- Criminal damage to property
- Identity theft
- Aggravated burglary
- Criminal use of a financial card
- Unlawful distribution or possession of a controlled substance to include methamphetamine, marijuana, THC, cocaine, and heroin
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Unlawful possession of prescription drugs
- Trafficking in contraband
- No drug tax stamp
- Minor in possession (MIP)
- Pre-meditated murder (1st degree)
- 2nd degree murder
- Felony murder
- Voluntary manslaughter
- Involuntary manslaughter
- Aggravated kidnapping
- Aggravated robbery
- Aggravated battery
- Aggravated assault
- Domestic violence
- Criminal threat
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