Criminal Defense

Practice Areas » Criminal Defense

If you are under investigation or have been charged with a crime, now is the time to ensure that your rights are protected!

For your case to be resolved favorably, you need a well-respected attorney who you can trust and communicate with. Your attorney should have experience handling criminal cases within specific court systems, extensive knowledge of the laws that apply to your case, and the ability to negotiate with the Court and Prosecution.

Sometimes even good hard-working people end up on the wrong side of the law. Fortunately, our knowledge and experience with the Criminal Justice System will ensure that your case will be resolved with as little impact on your life as the circumstances permit. We fight for each client’s rights on a personal level, leaving them with immense gratitude for our services.

Our mission at Soulsby & Levin is to explain to you what to expect as your case winds its way through the system. Our goal is to keep your situation as confidential and away from public attention as possible, while working toward the best possible outcome. Ease the stress that you are dealing with by getting these issues behind you as quickly as possible. Call now for a free consultation with a results oriented attorney who can and will get things done.

Client Reviews

“After I found myself in trouble facing many charges including illegally transferring a firearm, I thought my goose was cooked and there was nothing that would keep me out of jail. With a bond of $100,000, it looked like I was in for a rough time, until on the advice of a friend, I contacted Pete Soulsby.

Not only did his demeanor and knowledge of the system instantly put me at ease,... read more

Case Studies

Based on multiple complaints to police, our 30 year old client was suspected of distributing narcotics out of his residence in Connecticut. After observing suspicious behavior from a suspected buyer, police used a K-9 unit’s alert on a trash bag placed outside of his mobile home to conduct a search of the bag, containing plastic baggies with marijuana residue. Police then used this evidence... read more