Frequently Asked Questions
Mississippi Criminal Defense Attorney
What types of criminal offenses do you represent?
Throughout our 32 years of aggregate experience, the Mississippi criminal defense lawyers at Miller & Miller Attorneys at Law, PLLC have defended clients facing all types of charges. Our past cases have ranged from
federal crimes. This is not a complete account of our practice areas, so be sure to contact us directly regarding your case.
The police said they have a strong case against me. Should I plead guilty?
You should never enter a guilty plea if you haven't discussed your case with a knowledgeable defense attorney. Too often, law enforcement officers will elicit a guilty statement by lying or exaggerating about the evidence or witness statements. It is important that you do not compromise your case by talking to the police at all without an attorney present. Your defense lawyer may be able to have evidence against you declared inadmissible and he may be able to have your charges dismissed. There is always hope!
How is your firm different than the other criminal defense firms?
At Miller & Miller Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we have the triumvirate of qualities necessary for a top quality criminal defense firm. First, our firm is small enough that we are able to provide you with personalized, attentive service. We will always return your calls promptly and your case will never be pushed to the side because of something "more important." Second, we have the skills and capacities of a much larger firm. Our attorneys are highly skilled and knowledgeable in all types of criminal defense. Third, we are respectful, compassionate and genuinely care about your future. You won't find this combination of qualities at any other firm!
Can you defend against federal offenses?
Yes! Federal crimes are tried in federal court, which requires special permission to practice in. We are adept at handling federal cases and defending clients against federal prosecution teams.
Contact a Mississippi Criminal Defense Lawyer at our firm if you have any outstanding questions concerning our practice.