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With over fifteen years of criminal trial experience The Law Offices of Lance Christian Wells, P.C. will represent its clients zealously each and every time to exhaust all possible defenses, to prevent a conviction, help you avoid jail and avoid a criminal record. The depth of our experience and knowledge about all aspects of the criminal process are extensive.
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Because communication is key to establishing a quality attorney/client relationship, clients are consistently updated as to the status of their case, copies provided of all documentation, and questions promptly answered. Likewise, phone calls are returned promptly, and you can contact us twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
We are experienced in a broad and diverse range of state and federal criminal defense situations including:
DUI and Traffic Violations
Probation and Sentencing
In Brief As your Alaska or Texas Criminal Defense Attorney(s), we may use experienced private investigators, forensic psychologists and/or expert witnesses and help you to obtain a reasonable bail bond. Call Lance Christian Wells on personal questions or on behalf of a family member or friend in custody to obtain representation and details of bail that will provide him or her with immediate release. The bail amount can be paid in full or you can obtain a bail bond, usually at about 8-10% of the bail amount. While past results cannot be used to predict a future outcome, we have obtained a bail reduction from approximately one million dollars to only ten thousand dollars.
If an individual has been convicted or pled guilty to an offense in a negotiated settlement (plea bargain), our work is still not over. We work closely with our clients to help them continue with their rehabilitation and to fulfill the terms and conditions of probation and/or supervised release.
Additionally, we can be retained to seek the early termination of probation or supervised release if you have complied with the terms and conditions of probation, even if the entire period of probation is not yet completed.