Frequently Asked Questions
The Law Office of Garland C. Hall LLC
If you are facing criminal charges, life can become overwhelming. The legal
system can be complicated and your charges can bear new burdens on your
life. For all of your criminal defense needs and legal assistance, turn
to me, Garland Hall.
Here are some frequently asked questions pertaining to criminal law defense
and my firm:
If I am facing a sex crime charge or have been convicted of a sex crime
charge, is there a way to get off the sex offender registry?
Yes. Although it is difficult, there are ways to get off the registry
or prevent you from being placed on the registry in the first place. It
involves a large amount of paperwork, appeals, and an extensive knowledge
of the legal and court systems. That is why it is best to have an experienced
criminal defense attorney on your side.
What happens if I unknowingly violate my probation agreement?
You will be charged with violating your probation and will be called into
court again. However, if we can prove that your violation was unintentional,
then there is a high chance I can work to get the penalties lessened or
Is there a difference between theft and robbery?
Theft is more of an overarching term for many different offenses in the
state of Maryland. Robbery is the most severe form of theft because it
involves physical harm or the threat of physical harm.
Do you offer free legal advice?
Yes! I offer a free 30-minute initial consultation for all of my clients.
During this consultation, we can discuss your specific case, the expected
outcomes of the case, costs, and any other concerns you might have.
For any and all of your questions,
contact my office today.