A Criminal Defense Attorney With The Experience And Ability You Need
Criminal defense lawyer Charles L. Truncale has more than 30 years of experience in criminal law, including 23 years as a state and federal prosecutor. He has proven his abilities in protecting the interests and rights of the accused, and is skilled in building strategic defenses on behalf of his clients.
If you are facing criminal charges, you could be sentenced to jail time or suffer a serious loss of freedoms. It is important that you have veteran representation that you can trust will protect you.
Learn more about Charles and why his professional experience is ideally suited to advocating for clients in criminal cases by clicking on the link below.
A Former State And Federal Prosecutor Committed To Protecting Your Rights
Mr. Truncale has significant experience with all types of complex criminal cases. As a chief federal prosecutor, he successfully prosecuted high-profile and difficult cases, such as federal drug trafficking rings, public corruption and fraud against the government. He collected over $20 million in restitution and fines against one corporate defendant.
Since leaving the Department of Justice, Mr. Truncale has devoted his skill and understanding of criminal law to protecting and defending those charged with criminal offenses. He provides effective services and aggressive legal protection at affordable rates, making the highest level of representation accessible.
He is an experienced appellate attorney, having litigated well over 200 appeals before federal and state appeals courts with a record of significant victories. He uses his appellate experience in zealously pursuing appeals of those already convicted in federal and state courts.
To discuss your case, call the law office of Charles L. Truncale, P.A., today at 904-469-0653.
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