Student Crime Defense

Student Crime Defense

Students learn vital lessons of life while in college. However, some learn the hard way, especially engaging in unlawful practices. This does not have to happen to you. If you are a student accused of crime, beware of the devastating effects this can have on the rest of your life. One of the most significant effects is that crime committed while in college can easily prevent you from being admitted in graduate school, pursuing an undergraduate degree or even getting a job. That is why it is vital to seek the counsel and advice of an experienced North Carolina student defense attorney. You cannot afford to watch your life break down into pieces.

Examples of College Crimes

Tony Huynh, an accomplished North Carolina student defense attorney, has helped many students escape from serious incrimination and conviction. Some of the cases he has dealt with in the past include theft, drug, sex, violent and property crimes; alcohol and motor vehicle offenses, as well as OUI/DUI/DWI. Sex crimes include indecent liberties with children, rape and indecent exposure, while drug-related crimes include possession of drugs or drug-related paraphernalia. Violent crimes include battery, assault and disorderly conduct, whereas alcohol-related offenses include underage drinking, possession of alcohol and using false identification to access/ obtain alcohol.

Proper Representation

The Law Office of Tony Huynh is aggressive and skilled with vast experience in student crime defense. This, coupled with his legal experience, puts him in the best stead to defend you against the detrimental implications of criminal offense on your life. Tony Huynh is devoted and dedicated North Carolina student crime defense attorney available 24/7 to confidentially assess your case free of charge. Don’t take chances with your life.

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At the Law Office of Tony Huynh, you will get my devoted professional law services at an affordable rate.

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