Criminal Defense2018-09-12T16:51:03+00:00

Criminal Defense Mobile AL


Tim Fleming has over 30 years of experience representing people accused of crimes. He spent several years as a Mobile County Assistant District Attorney and he knows how the “other side” thinks. He knows the judges, the prosecutors, and jurors. He knows the law and how it applies to your fact scenario. He can determine whether a search of your car or home was legal or not. Will your case go to federal court, or stay in state court?


The Right Criminal Defense Attorney For You

If you have been charged with any criminal offense, do not delay. Do not “wait and see what happens”. Instead, you should start defending yourself immediately. The first thing you should do is not make any incriminating statements to law enforcement officers or anyone else. The second thing you should do is call Tim Fleming at The Fleming Law Firm right away. Start making the arrangements to get Tim Fleming on your side as early as possible. The arresting officer already has a lawyer lined up to help him and that lawyer is the prosecutor, the D.A. It’s his job to go after you and seek a conviction. Why would you not have someone on your side?

Typical state-level criminal charges include:

            •      Drugs – possession, sale or trafficking (misdemeanor to felony)

            •      Assault – includes Domestic Violence, simple assaults to aggravated assaults (misdemeanor to felony)

            •      Sex Crimes – ranges from sexual misconduct to Rape and Sodomy 1st degree (misdemeanor to felony)

            •      Theft – ranges from simple shoplifting to Theft of Property 1st degree (misdemeanor to felony)

            •      Property crimes – includes trespass, burglary, criminal mischief (misdemeanor to felony)

Criminal Defense Attorney Mobile AL

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We Fight For Your Rights

Typically, a felony conviction will result in the loss of certain civil rights and benefits, such as the right to vote, hold public office, loss of federal benefits such as housing, the right to own a firearm (regardless of the purpose of ownership) and other consequences.

In short, you do not want to deal with a criminal charge on your own. You need a lawyer on your side even if the case looks like it will be dismissed, to make sure your legal rights are protected. Call Tim Fleming today: (251) 304-0888.


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