About Peyrouton Law
Your entire life you did everything right. You did everything you were expected to do. You followed every rule and have always been an upstanding member of society. In high-school, you were an outstanding student-athlete. No one will ever know how hard you worked to earn both an academic, and an athletic scholarship to college. Your family was extremely proud that their son was admitted to attend one of the most prestigious universities in the country.
While in college you met the love of your life. After graduating with honors, a reputable corporation recruited you to join their ranks. You married your college sweetheart and settled down to raise a family. After rising through the ranks of your company, you moved your family from a starter home to a gorgeous five-bedroom with a pool.
The closest people in your life have always turned to you for advice. They consider you to be someone who always makes level-headed decisions under pressure. They can always count on you to do the right thing. In the same spirit that you approach every decision in your life, you made it a point to raise your children with your values. You taught them how to avoid impulsive and emotional decisions. Over a lifetime of attending social and family functions, you were the voice of reason who never lost his head while others were losing theirs.
Ask anybody who knows you and they'll say, “He’s the one person I know who will never find himself in trouble.”
Then, one evening, you find yourself in a situation that you never thought possible. You relive that night over and over again in your head. You replay the events of that evening in your mind countless times. You frantically search for answers that explain the inexplicable. Of all people, you (the voice of reason) let your emotions get the better of you.
In a fit of anger, you abandoned your cool, logical approach and exercised terrible judgment. As if waking from a nightmare, you discovered yourself handcuffed while five police officers surrounded you. While in a state of shock, you manage to identify the noise you hear...it's a police officer reading you your Miranda rights.
You know in your heart that you are not a criminal. You are not a danger to society. If anything, you did what any other rational person would do in the same situation. You never intended to hurt anyone and never intended to break any laws. For 54 years, you have lived an honorable and respectable life. Countless people can attest to this fact.
There’s nothing you can do about it. The State is charging you with committing a serious crime. You are in a big mess and need help. The crime (or crimes) you are facing carry heavy consequences. Aside from fines and imprisonment, what bothers you most is being branded a criminal.
You need an honorable lawyer to clear your name. You want an attorney that shares your integrity and your passion for restoring your reputation. Most importantly, you want an attorney who will fight to prove your innocence.
Since getting arrested, you’ve learned a lot about the American criminal justice system. You understand that most people take the quick and easy way out. Often, they plead guilty to something they did not do. However, you are different. You will never plead guilty to a crime you never committed. You refuse to ruin your family name.
You want a criminal defense lawyer who is genuine. Someone who became an attorney to help people. You want an attorney who will trust your version of the events and who will never tire of fighting for you. After all, this is a long and complicated process.
The one character trait of the defense attorney that is most important to you is that he must be a fighter.
Well, if that’s the case, then you are in the right place.