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Criminal Defense Attorneys - Anne Arundel County

Our firm's focus is on criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation. Whether you have been accused of a crime, are going through difficult family issues, or were recently injured in an auto accident, we can help. With ever-changing laws, and opponents that have tons of resources at their disposal, you need someone on your side who knows how to overcome all of the obstacles and achieve your goals.

The attorneys at Ortega Law, LLC, have successfully represented clients in Anne Arundel, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George counties. A familiar knowledge of the procedures and judges in these jurisdictions have helped the attorneys at Ortega Law, LLC, get the best possible results for their clients.

Ortega Law, LLC, represents individuals charged with a wide variety of crimes. Whether you need a juvenile law attorney to represent your child in a juvenile case or a drug defense lawyer for a felony drug case, our attorneys know the law and work tirelessly to provide you with the best defense.

If you’ve been arrested or anticipate criminal charges, you need a knowledgeable, experienced criminal defense attorney in Anne Arundel County and Annapolis working on your behalf. Your freedom, your finances, and your reputation depend on it. At Ortega Law, LLC, our attorneys put 100% into your case and always work on your behalf within the context of the law. Call our offices today at (410) 760-6008 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.

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We guarantee effective and comprehensive representation every step of the way. We pride ourselves in helping people get the justice they deserve and we achieve these results through our dedication and commitment to your needs.

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