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#1. Our Lawyer Has Trial Experience
Why is this important? This is important because the majority of cases never reach trial; rather, there is a settlement offer. Your settlement offer will be better if the prosecution believes that we have the skill and determination to go to trial if they are not fair to you. If the offer is not acceptable, we have tried many cases to verdict. Our attorney has the experience and resourcefulness to fight for your constitutional rights.
#2. We Have a Proven Record of Success
Our case results speak for themselves. Our attorney is both a skilled negotiator and a seasoned litigator.
#3. We Are Client Focused
We limit the number of cases we take so each client is treated as an individual, during what is, understandably, a stressful time. Watching out for your interests is what guides our work. Please see the testimonials of former clients.
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For over 35 years, Attorney William M. Butler, Jr. has represented thousands of people accused of serious crimes, compiling an impressive record of positive results, and he can help you too.
For immediate help, call us at (502) 237-0871 to speak to trial lawyer William M. Butler Jr, or contact us online or text to schedule your initial confidential consultation.
Most Charges Dropped Armed Robbery
Client indicted on 2 counts of armed robbery (Robbery I), each of which carried a mandatory minimum of a 10-year sentence, 1 count of possession of a dangerous weapon, 1 count fleeing or evading police, 1 count wanton endangerment. Result: Most charges dismissed.
Acquitted at Trial Assault of a Child
Client charged with assaulting his 10 year old daughter. Client was acquitted at trial based on defense that child made up story which was embellished with help of her mother, the client’s ex-wife.
Acquitted Assault of a Police Officer
Client charged with 2 counts of assaulting a police officer, and with resisting arrest. Result: acquitted at trial, on defense that the four police officers testifying against client distorted the facts. There was no assault.
Dismissed Assault of a Police Officer
At pretrial conference defense explains to prosecutor that police officer misapplied the resisting arrest statute. On day of trial, defense announces ready for trial, Commonwealth move to dismiss. Result: Charge was dismissed.
Acquitted Assault of a Public Servant
Client charged with assaulting an off duty police officer at a Mike Tyson fight. Result: acquitted based on defense that the officer misidentified the client as the person who assaulted him.
Acquitted at Trial Assault of Spouse
Client charged with assaulting his former wife outside a mall. Client was acquitted at trial based on defense of ex-wife being vindictive and lying.