Sloan P. Ellis Law Firm, LLC

Criminal Defense Representation From A Former Prosecutor

Even a seemingly minor criminal matter can have a drastic impact on your life and future. It is essential to seek experienced, knowledgeable representation when facing a criminal investigation or a felony or misdemeanor charge.

At the Sloan P. Ellis Law Firm we draw upon more than a decade of experience when helping clients navigate the intimidating waters of a criminal investigation or charges. Attorney Sloan P. Ellis is a skilled former prosecutor who uses that experience to better serve his clients. While working as a prosecutor in the Thirteenth Circuit Solicitor's Office, Sloan handled thousands of criminal cases. That knowledge is invaluable as he now defends the same types of cases.

Comprehensive Criminal Defense Representation

  • White collar crimes: Fraud, embezzlement, computer crimes, securities fraud and tax fraud are just some of the complex types of cases that are classified as white collar crimes.
  • Drunk driving: DUI (driving under the influence) charges are serious, with punishments becoming more severe with each additional DUI conviction you have had in the previous ten years.
  • Drug crimes: From simple possession of marijuana to trafficking of prescription drugs, we handle all types of state and federal drug offenses.
  • Violent crimes: Prosecutors are becoming more aggressive and the penalties are becoming more severe when people are charged violent crimes such as assault, battery, weapons charges, manslaughter and murder.

Talk To A Criminal Defense Lawyer Today

In addition to the cases listed above, we handle a wide range of other felony and misdemeanor cases in State and Federal court. Consult with us about your specific situation during a free initial consultation. Call our Greenville, South Carolina, office today at 864-501-9643.

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