Arrested for sexual solicitation in DC – Will this ruin my career?

Mark Rollins Prostitution

Arrested for sexual solicitation Will it ruin my career? Rollins and Chan Law Firm LET US HELP YOU GET IT DISMISSED Help Me CONTACT US TODAY Please fill out the form and we will get back to you shortly. Arrested for sexual solicitation will this ruin my career Arrested for sexual solicitation will this ruin my career?  So, you were arrested …

Arrested for sexual solicitation in DC – Will I go to Jail?

Mark Rollins Prostitution

Arrested for sexual solicitation will i go to jail? Rollins and Chan Law Firm LET US HELP YOU GET IT DISMISSED Help Me CONTACT US TODAY Please fill out the form and we will get back to you shortly. Arrested for sexual solicitation will I go to jail Arrested for sexual solicitation will I go to jail?  First and foremost its …

Urinating In Public – Citation to Appear in DC Superior Court

Ada Chan Disorderly Conduct

Any prosecutor who took time to analyze my case would realize my Urinating In Public arrest was due to a misunderstanding.  Is there any way I can get my case thrown out before my arraignment? Yes.  But unfortunately, this possibility generally exists only for defendants who hire private attorneys prior to arraignment.  Defendants who are represented by court-appointed counsel often …

Sexual Solicitation Citation to appear in DC Superior Court

Ada Chan Prostitution

What is an arraignment hearing for sexual solicitation? Rollins and Chan Law Firm LET US HELP YOU  Help Me CONTACT US TODAY Please fill out the form and we will get back to you shortly. What is an arraignment hearing for sexual solicitation? After your initial arrest, you are given a piece of paper that has your scheduled court appearance.  Citation …

Convicted of a Felony at Age 24 or under – New Relief

Mark Rollins Criminal Law

  Convicted of a Felony at Age 24 or under?  There is new relief.  The District of Columbia legislature recently passed a New Youth Rehabilitation Act law that now allows an individual to set aside the conviction as long as the individual was 24 or younger. Essentially that means you will not have a conviction if the Court grants your …

It’s Just a Misdemeanor – it Can Still Hurt

Mark Rollins Criminal Law, Expungement

In the District of Columbia a misdemeanor is defined as crime punishable by less than 12 months in jail.  Maryland has statutes governing each misdemeanor. Regardless, of whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor in the District of Columbia or in the State of Maryland, you should take it seriously. Misdemeanors make up 80 percent of U.S. criminal dockets.  …