Were you arrested in York County? Our criminal defense lawyers at McCormack & McCormack have extensive experience defending cases throughout Virginia. We have defended military members, civilians, and juveniles facing criminal charges of all types. Whatever you are up against, our firm can help defend your case, gathering evidence and working to have your charges reduced or dropped if at all possible.
At McCormack & McCormack, our York County attorneys have the skills and knowledge necessary to defend your rights and freedoms. We are not here to judge our clients, but to help them. We firmly believe that all of those accused are entitled to their constitutional rights, and we are well-qualified to provide you with the legal defense you need. With more than 45 years of combined legal experience to lend to your case, our attorneys are confident that we can help provide you with a solid defense strategy. We have defended hundreds of cases to jury trials and we are proud to provide each of our clients with aggressive, comprehensive criminal defense services.
To schedule a free case review, call our York County attorneys at (888) 490-0876.
Our attorneys have worked on a variety of criminal defense cases on behalf of our clients, giving us a thorough understanding of how the Virginia court systems work. We are dedicated to providing our clients with step-by-step legal guidance whether they are charged as juveniles, civilians, or members of the U.S. military. Before beginning a career in private practice, Attorney Greg D. McCormack worked with the U.S. Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps, where he defended countless men and women who served under the military and faced criminal charges.
Some of the criminal matters we deal with in York County include:
A criminal arrest can have a serious impact on your personal and professional life, and if you are convicted, the repercussions can be much worse. Our York County attorneys understand what you are up against, and we want to help defend your freedom. If you are convicted, you could face mandatory community service, probation, costly fines, and incarceration. Our goal is to minimize the effect of these criminal charges on your life. Whether you are dealing with minor traffic crimes or serious violent offenses, our attorneys will do everything in our power to prepare you for your case.
Contact McCormack & McCormack to discuss your case with our York County criminal defense lawyers.