Richmond Sex Crimes Lawyers

Thousands of Individuals have Benefited from Our Criminal Defense

We Don't Offer Complimentary Legal Services
But Quality Representation Is Well Worth The Investment

Carlson & Collier provides highly skilled legal representation for clients charged with sexual offenses. Prosecuted heavily both at the Virginia state level and federally, sexual offenses are convicted with prison sentences, fines, a permanent criminal record, and mandatory registration as a sex offender. If convicted, a sexual offense will affect you for the rest of your life, which is why it is important to hire a criminal defense attorney in Richmond who can aggressively fight for reduction of the penalties incurred against you.

Sexual offenses include charges of:

Our team stands for compassion, hard work, honesty, and integrity - no matter who we defend and how extensive the charges are. Trust our more than 60 Years of collective experience and proven track record of thousands of successful case results. Our Richmond criminal attorneys are proud of our meticulous approach in our research of the law and our ability to carefully scrutinize every piece of evidence available to defend you. This is the difference you need on your side!

We are available weekends & evenings to speak with you!

Our goal is to go above and beyond to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. We will develop a plan of action to defend you and advocate for your freedom! If you are ready to start, our Richmond criminal defense lawyers can help.

Don't hesitate to call our firm to schedule a free phone consultation to discuss your charges.

Richmond Criminal Defense Lawyer

Office Location:

Richmond Criminal Defense Lawyer
10132 W Broad St,
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Local Phone: 804.270.1400
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Available Day & Evening


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