Tenacious Defense Of Criminal Charges
If you were arrested or charged with a crime, it is imperative that you act quickly to protect yourself. It is likely that law enforcement and the prosecutor’s office have worked hard to develop a case against you. You need the same level of tenacity going into your defense.
Since 1998, Tylar Tapp has shielded clients from the full force of the criminal justice system. We understand that a conviction for even a minor offense can lead to devastating consequences such as jail time, fines, loss of employment, community service or loss of driving privileges. It is our goal to get your charges reduced or dismissed in order to limit your exposure to these penalties.
Our range of experience includes:
- Drug crimes
- Sex crimes
- Burglary, robbery and theft crimes
- Assault, homicide
- Domestic violence
- DWI and related DUI accident offenses
Don’t Talk To The Police Until You Talk To An Attorney
When the police say you have the right to remain silent, they mean it. It is sound legal advice. Even if you feel that you are helping your case by talking to officers or attempting to explain your situation, we highly recommend you wait until you have an Arkansas lawyer present.
Simply by answering questions, you might unknowingly be helping police build a case against you. An experienced attorney can protect you from ambiguous questioning, and defend your rights throughout the legal process. Knowing your rights is important in every criminal case.