Criminal defense attorney, Shelley Guy Reynolds, is dedicated to the practice of Adult and Juvenile Criminal Law and domestic violence matters. Criminal law cases are our only focus. It is our criminal defense focus that allows our office to put all of our attention into new developments in criminal defense strategy, changes in the law, case law and investigative techniques to help in your legal defense. Our office handles all criminal law matters in County, Circuit and Federal Courts in northwest Florida. When your freedom and life is at stake, you do not need a jack of all trades, you need a master of one and one dedicated to defending you.
Located in downtown Pensacola, our office represents clients facing criminal law matters in Pensacola, Milton, Pace, Gulf Breeze, Navarre as well as all of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, and Washington Counties in Florida. Mrs Reynolds, is a former state prosecutor and is the only practicing criminal lawyer in the area who is a former juvenile prosecutor. Mrs. Reynolds' , a Martindale-Hubbell BV Distinquished rated attorney, has the experience as a prosecution and defense attorney. This experience, provides Mrs. Reynolds with a unique perspective into your case which is helpful in researching, planning and executing the best legal strategy for your case.
Mrs. Reynolds has built her criminal defense practice around the philosophy that every client is important and that our client’s legal matters are serious to us. The Law Office of Shelley Guy Reynolds will return all calls and emails promptly. If we are hired to represent you, our office will work very hard to defend your rights. So if you are charged with a crime our office will treat you with the respect and dignity you deserve.
When faced with criminal charges, losing your freedom, possessions, government pensions and civil rights where the stakes can be very high you want a criminal defense attorney on your side who is smart, aggressive and cares about your case protecting your rights. It is important to remember, your rights need to be protected all the way through sentencing to ensure that your sentence is fair and if if possible work out the best possible deal. You want an attorney dedicated to the practice of criminal law who has the experience, knowledge, connections, determination and an excellent work ethic working for you.
If you are currently investigated by law enforcement, time is very important. There is a very narrow window of time in which your attorney can work with law enforcement and the state attorney's office in your behalf possibly reducing or avoiding criminal charges all together. Furthermore, you never want to give any statements without your attorney present under any circumstances. It is ok to cooperate, however, only under the supervision and protection of your attorney.
Some of the types of cases we have handed include, but not limited to, DUI, Computer Crimes, Child Pornography, Sexual Battery, Bank Robbery, Drug Offenses, Cocaine Trafficking and possession, Marijuana Trafficking and possession, Fraud, Falsifying Official Records, Theft, Grand Theft Auto, Weapons Charges, Shootings, Domestic Violence, Violation of Probation, Unlicensed Contractors, Bomb Threats, Burglary, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Boating Under the Influence, ATF Charges, Drinking Under Age, Meth Cases and manufacturing, Grow House Operations, Bank Fraud, Mail Fraud, Sexual Assault, Lewd Or Lascivious Acts With Child, Resisting Arrest, Violation of Domestic Violence Injunctions, Armed Robbery, Forgery, Worthless Checks, Computer Hacking, Assault with a deadly weapon and more.
Please take your time to read through our web site to learn more about our office, it’s staff, and our qualifications. Our web site offers a lot of useful information to help guide you through the process. If you have questions or would like to set up a consultation with Mrs. Shelley Guy Reynolds, please feel free to call our office at (850) 434 1330 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will promptly answer all your questions.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your matter. We invite you to contact us and we welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.