When facing the fear and embarrassment of criminal prosecution, incarceration and other potentially life-changing consequences, you need to be confident that you have experienced and dependable legal representation you can trust—a dedicated and responsive attorney who provides personalized attention, is immediately responsive, available day or night and exercises the discretion required for even the most sensitive matters.

Brendan Harold and the Harold Law Firm can provide you that representation when facing criminal charges in the following areas:

According to Virginia law, conspiracy includes crimes that involve an agreement between two or more people to commit a crime or engage in an illegal act. Such crimes can include:

  • Money Laundering
  • Drug Manufacturing
  • Weapon Manufacturing

Crimes against a person
According to Virginia law, crimes against another person or persons can include the following:

  • Murder and manslaughter
  • Malicious wounding
  • Unlawful wounding
  • Abduction
  • Assault and battery—both felony and misdemeanor
  • Firearms offenses
  • Concealed weapons offenses
  • Robbery
  • Extortion
  • Criminal sexual assault

Crimes against property
According to Virginia law, crimes against the property of another can include:

  • Arson
  • Larceny—both felony and misdemeanor
  • Embezzlement and fraudulent conversion
  • Trespass
  • Damage to property
  • Computer crimes
  • Shoplifting

According to Virginia law, crimes of fraud can include the following:

  • Forgery
  • Impersonation
  • False pretenses
  • Bad checks
  • False representations to obtain property or credit
  • Credit card offenses

Health and Safety
According to Virginia law, crimes affecting the health and safety of others can include:

  • Possession and distribution of marijuana and all other illegal drugs—both felony and misdemeanor
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Dangerous use of firearms or other weapons
  • Drinking while operating a motor vehicle
  • Open container offenses

Morals and Decency
According to Virginia law, crimes against morals and decency can include:

  • Gambling
  • Charitable gaming
  • Sexual offenses
  • Solicitation or Prostitution
  • Family offenses
  • Crimes against children
  • Obscenity and related offenses

Peace and Order
According to Virginia law, crimes against peace and order include:

  • Unlawful assembly
  • Abusive and insulting language
  • Unlawful telephone use
  • Disorderly conduct

Administration and Justice
According to Virginia law, crimes against administration and justice include:

  • Perjury
  • Bribery and related offenses
  • Contempt of court
  • Obstruction of justice
  • False police reports