Criminal Defense Attorney in Tupelo, Mississippi

If you are facing criminal charges, the attorney you choose is important. You want a criminal defense lawyer with the experience to vigorously defend your rights and the dedication to give your case the time and attention it requires. The Weir Law Firm, with offices in Tupelo, Mississippi, represents clients in criminal cases ranging from minor traffic tickets to serious felony charges. If you have been charged with a crime, we will act as your advocate and represent your interests at every stage of the criminal process.

DUI Defense

After an arrest for DUI your license will be suspended and you could face criminal penalties if you are convicted. The Weir Law Firm can help you with both sides of the process: before the DMV and in the trial court. There is a limited amount of time to appeal the suspension of your license before the DMV, so it is important that you reach out to an attorney as soon as possible.

Drug Possession and Distribution Defense

The penalties you face for drug possession or drug distribution charges will depend on a number of factors. The amount of drugs involved, the type of drugs and your criminal record will all have an impact on your case. Whether you were arrested for possession of more than an ounce of marijuana or for distribution of meth, the Weir Law Firm can provide you with a straightforward assessment of your case and explain your legal options.

Traffic Violations Defense

With each ticket or traffic violation, points are added to your license. If you receive enough points, you could lose your license. For this reason, it is important to work with an attorney who can help you contest your traffic tickets and violations. We can help you fight a traffic ticket and protect your driving record.

Probation Violations

An arrest for violating probation can land you back in jail and extend your sentence. We understand the impact this can have on your life and your future. The Weir Law Firm will vigorously defend you from charges for violating probation at the initial hearing and at the final surrender hearing.