We Help People in Bad Situations
Criminal charges can ruin lives. At Twibell Pierson, you aren’t just a number, and our results prove it. Let us show how we can help your case.
In this day and age, it is logical to be concerned about becoming a defendant against a felony charge for a criminal offense that could impact the rest of your life. If that happens to you or a loved one, you will need to make a very important decision about retaining the services of an experienced criminal attorney. With the team at Twibell Pierson law office, you will know what to expect with client-focused and result-driven representation by our lawyers. We are highly experienced in dealing with judges and prosecutors. We want to be your defenders as you navigate the criminal justice system!
Our firm strives to earn your trust from the first time you contact our law office, via our contact form or by calling our office, all the way to the final disposition of your case, whether it is settled in or out of the courts. We will also assist with any necessary appeals. We are upfront and honest with all individuals and potential clients about our evaluation of their case and the cost. And we work diligently to find any information in the evidence that will enable us to represent defendants in a manner that ensures they are put in the best possible position to achieve their goals. If you want to work with the best team of criminal defense attorneys give us a call today!
Charges of Assault, Rape, Sodomy, Exposure, Solicitation & Possession of Child Pornography
Driving While Intoxicated, Boating While Intoxicated, Drugged Driving and Felony Offenses
State and Federal Drug Conspiracy, Distribution, Trafficking and Possession Charges.
Drug Conspiracy, Tax Fraud, Unlawful Possession of Firearms, and White Collar Charges.
Clearing of Criminal Record Including Drug, Stealing, DWI, Misdemeanor and Felony Offenses
Assault, Domestic Violence, Assualt of Law Enforcement Officer, Manslaughter & Homicide Charges
Tickets, License Suspension, Failure to Yield, Careless & Imprudent(C&I), Leaving the Scene of the Accident
Ordinance Violations, Peace Disturbance, Minor in Possession, and City Tickets
Regardless of whether you have been charged with municipal or federal crimes, our full-service law firm can help you! Are you dealing with traffic offenses, white-collar crimes, a DWI or drug crime, sexual assault, burglary, or a crime involving personal injury to others? If you need help with traffic ticket defense, drug crimes, or a variety of other types of misdemeanors or felony cases, whether it is in state or federal court, you won’t have to worry about whether your counsel is better in other areas of the law. Branden Twibell and Scott Pierson have extensive knowledge and many years of experience focusing solely on the legal practice of criminal defense law. Your case will be handled by a Springfield defense attorney with hundreds of criminal law cases in Missouri.
You will never see surprise charges at Twibell Pierson. You will know upfront what you will be spending on a Springfield Missouri criminal defense attorney with no hidden fees or added costs. From the first initial free consultation you will be given a price that will cover complete case representation. No added fees if your MO criminal law case takes longer to resolve than we anticipated.
At Twibell Pierson your case matters! We believe that you can’t effectively represent clients and give quality legal advice without developing a close attorney-client relationship. Far too often, we hear from clients that their previous defense attorney never returned calls or that they could only talk to the paralegals or junior associate DWI attorneys. At our law firm, you work directly with a criminal defense lawyer partner as part of our motto of “client-focused, results-driven representation.” We want to be your lawyers in Springfield MO!
You might be wondering what is going on with your case and what can you do to assist in your defense. Twibell Pierson Criminal Law’s Two Door Approach will inform you what is the attorney’s plan and how you can assist in your defense representation from working on sentencing items to discovery review. Our reviews speak to the effectiveness of our Two Door Approach.
No law firm could exist as long as Twibell Pierson without getting superb results for its clients. We evaluate every case for the best possible strategy to achieve a dismissal, an amendment to a lesser charge, or a ‘not guilty’ verdict in trial.
We’ve assembled an amazing team of Springfield criminal lawyers with a history of putting clients first and driving positive results for their legal issues. Read below to see more about our lawyers’ experience, local and national awards, and most importantly, their results.
The short answer is yes. However, the process differs from an alcohol-related DWI. A different level of analysis will go into a DWI conviction for prescription drugs than will a normal alcohol DWI offense. Officers must decide if the driver is impaired by illicit drugs, prescription drugs, alcohol, or a combination. Impaired driving is defined as when a person’s faculties are so reduced so that…
Dealing with law enforcement, whether through a DWI stop, a routine traffic stop, or a search warrant, can be intimidating, so it is ever more important to keep your wits about you and understand the questions you need to ask to ensure the process goes smoothly. Am I Being Detained? If a police officer stops and questions…
What is a Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program? Missouri’s Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP) offers treatment and education to people charged with substance-related driving offenses. SATOPs cover charges for DUIs, DWIs, chemical test refusal, and minors in possession. In Missouri, offenders who wish to regain lost driving privileges must complete the state-certified SATOP. What…
Getting a DWI (driving while intoxicated) is sometimes referred to as a DUI (driving under the influence). In Missouri, you will be charged with a DWI if you operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher. Missouri has a zero-tolerance policy for underage drinking and driving. If you are under…
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