Frye Reeves, PLLC has extensive experience in defending persons accused of crimes – from misdemeanor charges such as public drunk, minor in possession, simple assault and DUI to felony charges involving possession or sale of drugs and narcotics, burglary, assault, sex offenses, embezzlement, armed robbery and murder.

If you are facing or anticipating criminal prosecution, it is imperative that experienced counsel be engaged as soon as possible. The best criminal defense outcome interrupts the investigation before it becomes public or a grand jury returns an indictment. Successful resolution begins with an honest discussion about the criminal justice system and the consequences of conviction, followed by rigorous analysis of the law and evidence, and finally creative defense strategies and solutions. If prosecution cannot be avoided, we will work with you to successfully defend your case in the courtroom.

Drug Offenses: Frye Reeves, PLLC represents a significant number of persons charged with felony drug and narcotic offenses every year – often these clients are young people with no criminal history. Drug offenses are serious cases that can result in prison time and/or a felony criminal record, but they may also signal a problem with substance abuse and/or addiction. We understand that some drug arrests may be a symptom of a broader problem, so our firm has established partnerships with local drug and alcohol treatment professionals to assist clients during and after our representation. Our firm maintains the only comprehensive drug offense sentencing database for cases resolved in Lafayette County Circuit Court – this sentencing data gives us an additional tool to use in our efforts to resolve each case favorably.

Driving Under the Influence – DUI: A conviction for driving under the influence can have serious consequences, including the potential for a life-long criminal record. Misdemeanor First-Offense or Second-Offense convictions come with loss of your driver’s license, steep fines, required class attendance, and the potential for 48 hours to two weeks of jail time. Felony Third-Offense and Fourth-Offense convictions have additional penalties, including prison time. Because of the serious potential consequences of a DUI conviction, it is important to consult with experienced counsel to determine whether there is the potential to avoid a conviction. Our attorneys have handled countless DUI cases – we know the law and will work diligently to defend your case.

If you have been arrested, or anticipate an arrest, let us help you defend your rights – call our office or email us using our contact page.