If you have been charged with a crime in Delaware, you probably have questions about how to protect your rights and find the best possible outcome to your legal situation. We are here to counsel you through any criminal charges. Just because you were charged with a crime, doesn’t mean you are guilty. A criminal conviction can result in the burden of job loss, overwhelming financial penalties, a tarnished reputation, and even jail time. The mere accusation of a crime can be a guilty verdict in the court of public opinion. Experienced Delaware criminal law attorneys at Mattleman, Weinroth & Miller, P.C. are here to assist you through tough times. We will stop at nothing to find the best possible outcome to your criminal case. Call us today for a consultation.
Have you been charged with a DWI? Delaware acknowledges someone is driving while intoxicated when they have a blood-alcohol level of .08 or higher. Speaking with an attorney will help you understand your rights and examine the facts of the case that may rectify the situation. More
In Delaware, individuals who have been arrested and charged with drug offenses have a rather complicated statutory scheme that they have to look at to determine the potential penalties. The state has completely revamped the Office of Medical Examiner, the office that tests drugs, meaning the state is constantly reexamining drug laws and adjusting punishments. More
If you have been issued a domestic violence charge, you probably have a lot of questions about your rights as the accused. Delaware has drafted legislation that immediately protects the victim. In relation to domestic violence, most states take a stance of “better safe than sorry”, which cannot duly protect the rights of both the accuser and the accused. We understand that domestic violence is a serious issue that destroys lives. More
Delaware has very serious penalties associated with any type of sex crime. Being accused of a sexual crime can ruin a person’s family life, employment, and reputation beyond repair more aggressively than most crimes. Courts more vigorously prosecute cases of a sexual content than most other crimes. More
Delaware firearm laws are liberal and friendly towards gun enthusiasts. You do not need a permit to purchase firearms and they do not need to be registered. The owner of a firearm does not need a license to own a firearm. Background checks are mandatory for any purchase from a licensed retailer. More