Criminal Defense Resources
You Deserve the Best Defense
Persons convicted of Federal Felonies are not eligible for probation or parole. In fact, they must serve a minimum of 85% of their sentence, unless the crime they are charged with is one that provides a mandatory minimum sentence. To give yourself the best chance at avoiding or minimizing a prison sentence, contact William M Butler, Jr., as soon as you are questioned about or accused of a crime. For over 35 years, he has practiced in all areas of criminal law, guiding people from all walks of life through the criminal justice system, and he can help you too. In this Criminal Defense Information Guide, we will cover the main areas from your constitutional rights to frequently asked questions and links to resources.
We Will Fight to Protect Your Rights
In the United States, every person who is accused of a crime has certain inalienable rights. He or she has the right to remain silent, and the right to know the charge. He or she also has the right to an attorney. William Butler has dedicated his practice to criminal defense. For over 35 years, he has skillfully defended thousands of clients, compiling an impressive record of positive results, and he can help you too. For immediate assistance, call the law office of William Butler at (502) 237-0871, or contact him via email or text for your initial confidential consultation. For more information, please see his Case Results and Testimonials. He will fight to protect your rights, and make sure that the court hears your side of the story. Explore the pages in the menu to learn more about the criminal defense process.
Secure Legal Counsel
For immediate assistance, call the law office of William Butler at (502) 237-0871, or contact him via email for your initial confidential consultation. For over 35 years, he has successfully defended thousands of clients, compiling an impressive record of positive results, he can help you too. For more information, please see his Case Results and Testimonials.
- With over 35 years of experience defending clients
- Who is confident and proficient in trial
- Who speaks your language and the language of prosecutors
- My daughter was facing several felony charges... she would have faced jail time had he not taken her case. He is a very kind and knowledgeable man.- Liz Y.