If you or a loved one is facing a criminal investigation or formal charges, you have many choices to make. A conviction for any misdemeanor or felony-level offense can be life-altering. One of the most important decisions you can make is in choosing the criminal defense lawyer you want to stand between you and the power of the prosecutor.
I formed The Law Office of Mac Adams to provide aggressive criminal defense representation aimed at achieving the most favorable outcome possible in every case. When you enlist my services, you are getting the full package. I am determined to stand up for clients at every stage of the proceedings, from bail hearings to pretrial challenges to trial before a jury, when necessary to safeguard the rights of my clients. Located in Louisville, Kentucky, I represent clients in Jefferson County and throughout the Louisville metro area.
Prior to entering the practice of law, I defended the Constitution as an Army Ranger with combat deployments to Afghanistan. Since joining the legal profession, I continue to serve the Constitution as a determined trial attorney who understands the importance of keeping the power of government in check. I do not shy away from defending against any kind of charge — from misdemeanor charges to sex crimes or death penalty cases — I am ready, willing and able to present a compelling defense.
I proactively build a legal defense strategy from day one, which includes preparing for trial. I leverage that strength in negotiations with the prosecutor. When a favorable arrangement to minimize the damage of a criminal charge is not possible, I will not hesitate to take the case to trial to protect the rights of my client.
I welcome inquiries from individuals charged with a crime, adults with children who are in trouble with the law, as well as referrals from other attorneys. To arrange a confidential consultation with a defense lawyer who will make your best interests a top priority, send me an email or call 502-694-0622. The Law Office of Mac Adams is conveniently located one block from the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Louisville.