Murphy & Price, LLP handles both Federal and State Criminal Defense cases. Our attorneys have experience in many jurisdictions throughout the United States and have distinct areas of practice guaranteeing a wide range of experience and success in multiple areas of criminal litigation practice. Our State criminal law practice includes defending many types of cases in the District and Circuit courts throughout the state. Often we are able to identify specific defenses to the charges which require a contested trial.
Due to our particularized experience, we are most often asked to handle cases involving addictive behavior, such as cases involving drugs or alcohol, and charges alleging sex crimes including child sexual abuse.
These types of cases often involve the opportunity to develop treatment and other sentencing alternatives. Our practice often involves referral of clients to treatment programs and other mental health professionals in an effort to achieve that objective. Our attorneys have more than twenty years combined experience prosecuting and defending federal criminal cases in several federal jurisdictions throughout the United States. Federal criminal cases often involve activity in multiple States and federal districts, so it is often necessary for us to travel to represent our clients, and we are more than willing to do so.
Additionally, there are several types of federal criminal cases in which we have particularized experience and training, such as cases involving the internet, as well as white collar crimes related to financial transactions and immigration, which require our assistance over multiple federal jurisdictions. Having extensive experience with military cases, extensive travel is periodically part of our practice.
Warren Price, Junior Partner, has been with the firm in varying capacities since 2004. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Georgetown University and a Juris Doctor from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. He is a former Series 7 and Series 66 licensed Financial Advisor with familiarity with U.S. Securities laws and regulations. He is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Anne Arundel County Bar Association.
I am former prosecutor and Judge Advocate General (JAG) in Annapolis, Maryland, who represents people facing with all types of criminal charges, including:
Military law charges, such as court martialLink to Practice Area, at bases in Maryland, Virginia, California, and Washington, D.C.
As a former prosecutor, I have extensive experience working with state and federal law enforcement agencies in criminal investigations. I know how the other side thinks and prepares its cases, and this helps me to frequently counter the moves of prosecutors before they make them.
If you are under investigation for a crime by a state, federal, or military law enforcement agency, you should call a lawyer as soon as possible. There are many things a lawyer can do early in a criminal case to help you to avoid or mitigate charges.