Have You been Charged with a Crime?

No matter when, where, or how it happened, the law office of Russell J. Clanton and David Celli are here to help you.

Being charged with a crime is often a confusing and scary experience. Every day people are arrested or investigated for a wide variety of crimes, and most people do not know what to do or what the next step is to protect themselves.

If you or a loved one has been arrested, charged with a crime or is under investigation, you need to have an experienced criminal defense attorney there to protect your rights. An attorney will be able to advocate for you to law enforcement, prosecutors, and the court.

Areas of Practice

• All Serious Felonies
• Misdemeanors and Infractions
• Violations of Probation

It is imperative that you contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, even if you are only under investigation for a crime. An experienced attorney can provide counsel, protect your rights, and sometimes even prevent criminal charges from being filed altogether.

Providing Vigorous, Diligent Representation

The best criminal defense attorneys have years of experience in the field. The attorneys at Russell J. Clanton and Associates have a proven track record of success on even the toughest of cases. With over 25 years of combined experience at the local, state, and federal levels our firm can provide you with expert criminal defense representation. We promise to keep you informed at every stage of the case as well as provide the most zealous and diligent legal representation possible.

Contact Russell J. Clanton and Associates Today

The best representation starts before you enter the courtroom, and our attorneys at Russell J. Clanton and Associates can give you expert legal advice for your case. We will provide a free, confidential consultation to determine what legal options are available to you. Contact our office at 707.825.6587 for a free and confidential consultation today.

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