Facing criminal charges while in college presents a number of serious issues that require fast action and an aggressive defense. Not only may you face suspension or expulsion from school and possible fines or jail time, but the potential consequences for your future are just as serious.
Receiving a mark on your criminal record can jeopardize future job opportunities, make it difficult to secure housing and even affect the chance of finishing your degree or pursuing grad school. If you are college student or the parent of a college student who is facing criminal charges, it is essential that you contact an experienced Albany criminal defense lawyer.
Consult with an attorney before making any statements to anyone — even if you think you’re simply explaining your side of the story. Regardless of whether you’re facing a DWI or accusations of date rape, underage drinking, drug possession, theft or assault, what you say can and will be used against you.
At The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC, an experienced college crime attorney can help college students attending a number of colleges and universities throughout New York State:
I understand the catastrophic effects a criminal conviction can have on your life. When you’re facing charges that could have a serious impact on your life, you need a serious defense.
James E. Tyner has years of experience in representing college students charged with a variety of criminal offenses, including:
For a free consultation to learn how my firm can assist you with criminal charges, contact The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC by calling 518-363-6305 or email me directly.
I have hired James Tyner to assist me with a few speeding tickets in New York State. I paid Mr. Tyner an affordable flat rate fee and I never had to appear in Court, thus not missing any time from work or school. Mr. Tyner was able to negotiate my speeding tickets down to parking tickets and I was able to keep my license clean. I highly recommend Mr. Tyner's office. He and his staff respond quickly to emails/calls, and I was always provided updates in my cases promptly.
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