Few things in life are as disruptive and worrisome as being charged with a crime. Doubt is cast over your future and you become unsure of what will happen to you, your family and the things you hold dear. When faced with a criminal charge in Delaware, even a seemingly minor offense, the best thing you can do is seek advice from an experienced defense lawyer.
Wilmington criminal defense attorney Thomas A. Foley is a former U.S. Marine Corps officer and a former prosecutor who now practices criminal defense exclusively. He brings to his practice a level of professional discipline on par with what he learned in the military. He combines that discipline and work ethic with deep legal knowledge and experience in the state and federal courts of Delaware. His time as a prosecutor allows him to see each case from the prosecution's perspective and formulate counterarguments that are effective and powerful.
Making the Justice System Work for You
Attorney Foley recognizes that many criminal defendants face an abundance of bias from the one-sided story that the police, prosecutor and media portray. Mr. Foley takes seriously his obligation to ensure that his client's side of the story is made known to the prosecutor, judge and jury so that a fair outcome can be reached. As Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once stated: "Fairness is what justice really is." Mr. Foley believes wholeheartedly in this simple but critically important principle.
Whatever type of offense you are facing, from DUI/DWI to drug charges to weapons offenses to allegations of fraud and other white collar crimes, you can rely on Wilmington criminal defense lawyer Thomas Foley to be by your side. You do not need to feel alone. Mr. Foley is only one phone call away.
"The quest for freedom, dignity and the rights of man will never end." − Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan
Contact a Newark, Delaware, DUI/DWI Lawyer: Free Consultation
If you have been arrested or charged with a criminal act in Delaware, criminal defense lawyer Thomas Foley is ready to start preserving your rights and preparing your defense. Schedule your free initial consultation by calling 302-658-3077 or by contacting Mr. Foley online.
If you are incarcerated, attorney Foley can meet you in the local jail.