Local and State Criminal Law Matters
in West Virginia
Local West Virginia Municipal Courts
The local municipalities in the State of West Virginia each have county courts that handle a variety of criminal law matters. These state and local courts render judgment on misdemeanor and felony charges on a range of criminal topics, such as driving under the influence, retail theft, burglary, drug crimes, and weapons charges. There may be a mixture of charges a client may face; for example, intent to distribute a controlled substance combined with a weapons charge, or shoplifting and assault on an officer.
Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC, with offices in Charleston, WV and Lewisburg, WV, serves residents who live and work in our part of the state. After properly reviewing a client’s criminal law matter, we may accept your case if pertains to DUI/DWI, whether it is a felony, first-time offense, or you have multiple DUI charges. We also take Boating Under the Influence (BUI) matters.
West Virginia State Court Charges
Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC may also be able to represent you in court on a criminal assault or burglary charge. We also represent clients charged with drug crimes, such as drug possession, distribution, and trafficking. Our attorneys have experience assisting clients with shoplifting and retail theft charges, as well as serious weapons charges—as a single charge or in connection with other crimes.