When your freedom is at stake because of an arrest, the best thing for you to do is to immediately hire a competent criminal defense attorney who can provide you with cutting-edge legal representation. At McCormack & McCormack, we bring more than 40 years of combined legal experience to our clients' cases, which include experience handling many different types of criminal defense cases.
Whether you are accused of a traffic offense or a murder, our skilled Accomack County criminal defense lawyers can aggressively advocate on your behalf. As a result of the hundreds of jury trials we have handled, we understand what it takes to successfully present a case in court. You can learn about the various victories we have reached through our case results.
Our law firm is able to represent all types of defendants, including:
Attorney Greg D. McCormack formerly defended members of the military through the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps until leaving active duty in 1982. Since that time, he has been providing representation for both civilians and members of the military. Attorney Jarrett L. McCormack has experience interning with the U.S. Navy JAG Corps.
When you turn to us for legal advocacy, we work tirelessly to help you reach a positive result in your case, which can involve any of the following:
The types of charges we handle cover a broad range of offenses. We are able to help individuals who are charged with serious felonies, as well as those are charged with misdemeanors and infractions. Some of our clients are charged with some of the most serious types of felonies, such as charges for murder, manslaughter, and rape.
We also serve military serviceman or servicewoman who are facing military criminal charges. We can provide you with a solid defense plan to defend your rights and freedom! Reach out to our law firm and we can help you understand your case during a free evaluation
At McCormack & McCormack, we provide defense services for individuals throughout Accomack County. This county is located in the northern part of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, making it part of the Delmarva Peninsula. This county has the Chesapeake Bay to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Northampton County to the south. More than 33,000 people lived in Accomack County, Virginia in 2010.
Contact us to find out how we can help you with your Accomack County criminal charges!