Defending The Interests Of Virginia College Students

When a college student is facing criminal charges, his or her future interests are at stake. The experienced defense attorneys at Miller, Earle & Shanks, PLLC, understand the importance of providing a strong defense for college students in trouble with the law. If you need defense counsel for your college-age student, we can help.

Our team serves Harrisonburg and beyond, assisting college and university students at James Madison University, Eastern Mennonite University, American National University and more. Our goal is to preserve the current and long-term interests of the accused by providing quality defense support against a range of criminal charges.

A Strong Defense Strategy In Your Time Of Need

It is important not to underestimate the serious nature of the case against your son or daughter. A conviction of even a minor criminal charge can affect his or her future, leaving a permanent mark on the criminal record. This can impact things such as future career opportunities, college scholarships, housing applications, extracurricular activities and more.

We develop an appropriate defense strategy according to the details of the individual case. By carefully evaluating every detail, we determine the best way to confront the charges and potentially mitigate any penalties. Some of the charges we can help you or your college student fight include:

Our lawyers will work diligently to shield your child’s future from repercussions that can follow him or her for years, even decades. With decades of combined experience in criminal defense and juvenile law, we are ready to serve as the strong legal representatives your family needs.

Do Not Delay In Securing The Help You Deserve

Your college student does not have to face criminal charges alone. Contact our law office to learn how we can fight to protect his or her constitutional rights and long-term interests. We are happy to discuss your options, whether there are already formal charges or the case is still in the investigative stage. Call us in Virginia at 540-564-1555, or email us to schedule an appointment.