If you are facing criminal charges, Gentry Law Firm understands the stress and fear you are experiencing. A criminal defense matter can result in severe consequences, including jail time, fines, probation, registration with law enforcement, and loss of employment. For these reasons, choosing the right criminal defense attorney is vitally important in order to protect yourself from potentially life changing consequences.
Meagan Gentry was a former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Arkansas. She also worked for several years as a Public Defender in Charleston. She understands how the solicitor’s office views a criminal case, how they evaluate them, and ultimately how they decide to resolve them. Meagan Gentry has been able to use this experience to help her clients resolve their criminal cases successfully. Her experience has also given her the knowledge to know how to successfully navigate all parts of the criminal process and she can guide you through each step of the process for every motion filed and every hearing scheduled for your case.
Gentry Law Firm will be dedicated to you when handling your criminal matter. We will interview you and take statements from all relevant witnesses. We will ensure that all legally appropriate evidence is discovered from the State and take a multifaceted approach to help exonerate you. Each case is given individual attention and a unique strategy is developed to seek a successful outcome. Our objective is to develop a unique criminal defense strategy for each and every case, focused on exposing the weaknesses of the State’s case.
Most criminal matters are resolved through a settlement with the Solicitor’s office or a dismissal before trial. Only a small percentage of cases ever go before the jury. With Gentry Law Firm working for you, you can feel confident that every possible attempt will be made to resolve your case to avoid the uncertainty of a jury trial. If your case does go to trial, we will invest time, energy, and personal attention to thoroughly prepare your matter and give you the best representation possible before the jury. You will have an experienced litigator working to represent you who is well prepared, clear and concise, aggressive in representation, persuasive in arguments, and ready to fight for you.
For more information, ask about one or more of the specific areas of criminal law listed, but know that we can handle ANY criminal matter that arises: