If you have been charged for a crime, whether it’s a felony or misdemeanor, you need a criminal defense lawyer to represent you. At Barton & Baker, we understand that just because you’ve been charged with a crime does not mean you are guilty of the offense. You need a criminal defense lawyer who will stand for you and protect your legal rights. Attorneys Marilyn Barton and Kathryn Baker will work to secure you the best possible outcome in your case.

We handle the following:

  • Felony charges – These deal with serious crimes including murder, rape, arson, and kidnapping.
  • Misdemeanor charges – These deal with “lesser” crimes such as petty theft, public drunkenness and speeding.

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What’s at stake?

Being convicted of a crime, whether it’s a felony or misdemeanor, can have serious repercussions on you and your family. It’s not just about the time you might serve behind bars. A criminal conviction on your record could prevent you from getting a good job. You could be fired from your current job. You may have to pay a fine. In serious cases, you could even lose your gun or voting rights. The penalties are numerous and harmful. That’s why you need a good criminal defense lawyer who knows her way around the courtroom. You need a Barton & Baker criminal defense lawyer. We have a record of:

  • Winning cases
  • Having cases dismissed
  • Reducing charges
  • Obtaining probation with no jail time
  • Keeping a felony off the client’s record

Our firm stands for individuals facing all types of legal matters. With more than 40 years of combined experience, our attorneys are an excellent, trustworthy source of legal counsel. Barton & Baker lawyers are committed to standing for you and your needs in the courtroom so you achieve the best possible outcome in your case.

Don’t settle for poor legal representation in court.

If you have been arrested or charged of a felony or misdemeanor, contact Barton & Baker today. We’ll set up a consultation with Marilyn or Kathryn, our criminal defense lawyers, in order to discuss the specifics of your case.