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Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense Attorney Florence

Whether you are facing a felony or misdemeanor, you need an experienced Florence criminal defense attorney who can protect your interests and fight for you. It is crucial to have experienced legal representation before you discuss your case with anyone to ensure that your rights are preserved.

The Florence criminal defense attorneys at Holt Mussleman routinely represent clients in felony offenses, such as:

  • Murder

  • Assault

  • Trafficking, unlawful possession of controlled substance, and other drug offenses

  • Rape and other sex offenses

  • Domestic violence

  • Robbery

  • Theft and other property offenses

  • White collar crimes

  • Internet and computer crimes


Our Florence criminal defense attorneys also routinely represent clients in misdemeanor offenses such as:

  • Driving under the influence (DUI)

  • Driving while intoxicated (DWI)

  • Minor in possession (MIP)

  • Public intoxication (PI)

  • Possession of an illegal substance

  • Juvenile matters

  • Simple assault

  • Traffic offenses

  • Shoplifting

  • Petty theft

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Our Attorneys

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University of North Alabama Students​

Attorney Ralph Holt represents students at the University of North Alabama (UNA) in felony and misdemeanor offenses. On any criminal charge, he can assist you in navigating the legal system and minimizing the negative impacts of the charge on your educational experience at UNA and on your life.

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Notable Verdicts & Settlements
  • State v. Wells - Attorney Melinda Morgan Austin was lead counsel in a Colbert County parricide case where the seventeen year old Defendant was charged with Capital Murder in the death of his parents. The case was tried by a Jefferson County Jury in 2007, and the Defendant was found not guilty as to the death of his father and guilty to the lesser offense of manslaughter as to the death of his mother.

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