Defending Students at Old Dominion University Against Criminal Charges in Court
Old Dominion University and its more than 24,000 students who attend classes in the City of Norfolk are an important part of the fabric of the Hampton Roads region.
With a goal to pursue a degree in higher education, ODU students are intent on pursuing a future of opportunity, progress, and financial stability.
Sometimes that path will twist and turn towards trouble with the law. And students will have to go to court to face a variety of criminal charges.
LeCruise Law, PLLC is located just minutes away from ODU’s campus in downtown Norfolk and right across the street from the City of Norfolk Courthouse. I regularly represent ODU students in court on a variety of criminal matters including both misdemeanors and felonies, working to preserve their clean criminal records and future employment prospects. Let LeCruise Law help you too.
Don’t Try to Handle Your Criminal Case Alone. Talk To LeCruise Law First.
To the Parents of Old Dominion University Students:
Don’t let a poor choice or foolish mistake ruin their hard work in college and dictate the rest of their life. Even the most MINOR criminal offense can have a MAJOR impact on their future!
LeCruise Law has represented countless college students on a variety of criminal matters including, but not limited to:
- Reckless Driving and Speeding
- Underage Possession of Alcohol
- Marijuana Possession
- Felony Drug Possession – Possession of Cocaine, Heroin, or Prescription Drugs
- Drug Sale and Drug Distribution
- Disorderly Conduct
- Petit Larceny and Shoplifting
- Grand Larceny
- Assault and Battery
- Malicious Wounding and Unlawful Wounding
- Computer Harassment
- Destruction of Property
When you choose LeCrusie Law, you can be assured that you will receive aggressive defense in court and strong advocacy on your behalf. Even if the evidence presented against you in court is strong, LeCruise Law always strives to present positive attributes of student clients such as community service, solid academic performance, and military service. LeCruise Law also assists clients in obtaining this necessary documentation prior to stepping foot inside the courtroom.
If you are an Old Dominion University college student charged with a crime or a parent of an Old Dominion University student charged with a crime, contact our office for a consultation so we can discuss your options.
Be sure to contact LeCruise Law for an expungement if you previously went to court for a criminal charge and were found not guilty, the charge was dismissed, or the Commonwealth’s Attorney withdrew (nolle prossed) the charge against you.