Shelby County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Joseph R. Kemp has achieved an impressive record of success in criminal defense cases in Leeds and communities throughout Shelby County and the surrounding areas. He attributes his success as a criminal defense lawyer to his diligence and commitment to every case and every client.

"Even if your case is challenging and the odds seem stacked against you, I will work hard to help you achieve a positive outcome. My experience, skill and knowledge of the process help minimize penalties as much as possible." Attorney Joseph R. Kemp

Decades Of Experience Defending Against A Wide Range Of Criminal Charges

Attorney Joseph R. Kemp has more than 20 years of experience defending people against misdemeanor and felony charges such as:

He also provides post-conviction services, defending people accused of probation violations and helping people obtain expungements and sealed records.

Diligence Helps Lead To Results

Investigation is important in criminal defense cases. He will review the facts. He will review the evidence that the prosecutor has against you. How strong is the evidence? Does it really prove what the prosecutor says it proves? Was it even obtained legally? In many cases, investigation reveals that police overstepped their bounds and violated the accused individual's constitutional rights. If Joseph R. Kemp finds reason to believe that you were the victim of illegal search and seizure, he will request that evidence be discarded and your case dismissed.

Often, improved results are merely a matter of negotiation. For example, if you were accused of shoplifting or another minor crime and it was your first offense, Joseph R. Kemp will make certain the prosecutor knows your story. He will negotiate for minimal penalties so this one mistake does not impact you for the rest of your life.

Free Criminal Defense Consultation From An Attorney Serving St. Clair County

Joseph R. Kemp can be reached by email or by telephone at 205-699-5500. Contact him today to ensure immediate defense against criminal charges.