What's the Difference?
Your Fairfax DUI Lawyer and/or Fairfax Criminal Lawyer
What you say and do after an arrest, or while you are being investigated by the police, can damage your case and possibly your future. An experienced Northern Virginia Fairfax criminal lawyer who really listens to you, who is compassionate, and who is ready to fight for you, may help you avoid significant problems.
We Have the Skills and Experience That You Need if You are Arrested in Northern Virginia
Gretchen Taylor, founder of the Taylor Law Company, served as an Assistant Public Defender, an Assistant Federal Public Defender, and an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney. Having been a defense attorney and a prosecuting attorney, Ms. Taylor possesses unique insight into the entire legal process.
Ms. Taylor’s partner, Ann Thayer, is a passionate advocate for her DUI and criminal defense clients. Her clients, in turn, appreciate Ms. Thayer’s professionalism and her ability to patiently answer their questions with clarity and compassion. She is not afraid to tackle a tough case. As a Fairfax DUI lawyer she will fight for her juvenile and adult clients as hard as she can to try to get the best result possible. Ms. Thayer will do all she can to attack the legal issues in your case and keep you informed while also being understanding to your situation.
We Are In It with You
Together, Ms. Taylor and Ms. Thayer constitute a formidable defense team. The Taylor Law Company will tirelessly and aggressively work toward a favorable resolution of your case, but that’s not the end of our assurance to you.
As your Virginia criminal defense attorneys, we are here to help you navigate the complicated legal world and make sure that you know your legal rights and understand what to expect. We are here to listen to your fears, your concerns, and your questions. Our firm’s acronym—TLC—aptly illustrates our approach: both Tough Legal Counsel and Tender Loving Care.
Competence and compassion—it’s what makes Taylor Law Company the ideal firm to handle your criminal defense case in Northern Virginia.