Standing Up For Your Rights

Our nation is built on laws and principles. One of the most important of these principles is the idea that everyone who is accused of a crime is entitled to a defense and must be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

This principle is familiar to us from books, television and movies, but what does it actually mean when you have been accused of a crime? It means that the prosecution has to work to prove its case against you. With a skilled attorney on your side, you can defend yourself from the prosecution, show that its evidence is weak and argue that it is mistaken about what really happened. You can propose a better resolution — one that respects your rights and protects your future.

Committed To Criminal Defense

As a criminal defense lawyer in Little Rock, Arkansas, I stand up for the rights of people accused of crimes. When I defend a client, I am doing my part to make sure the criminal defense system works as it should. I am standing up for my clients and for justice itself.

No one should be convicted of a crime he or she did not commit, and people shouldn't have their lives ruined because they made a mistake, or because they didn't have the advantage of a good defense lawyer.

I have helped people in cases involving issues such as:

  • DWI/DUI
  • Theft
  • Drug charges
  • White collar crimes
  • Sex crimes
  • Battery
  • Domestic violence
  • Homicide
  • Misdemeanors
  • Felonies
  • Federal charges
  • State charges

Every case is different, every set of facts is different and every client is different. When you are my client, I work with you to develop a plan that exactly fits your situation. My goal is always to minimize what criminal charges can do to your liberty and your future.

Defend Your Future

If you are facing criminal charges, the time to begin building your defense is now. Speak to an attorney as soon as you can. Start by calling Wesley Rhodes, Attorney at Law, at 501-301-4591. You can also reach my office online.