Property crimes may not always be seen as a serious issue. However, criminal convictions for property offenses can impact an individual's life in many ways — so it is best to work with an experienced attorney.

Lawyer With A Personal Approach

At Epperson Panasiuk Law, clients will receive personal attention throughout their cases. The office is located in Little Rock, and Pamela represents clients in the surrounding areas. She treats her clients with respect and gets to know them beyond the criminal charges they are facing. This helps her find the best resolution possible because she is able to portray her client in a better light instead of just being seen as another defendant.

Experience matters when facing criminal charges. Pamela has represented individuals charged with the following:

  • Burglary, including residential and commercial burglary
  • Theft of property
  • Forgery
  • Fraudulent use of a credit card
  • Medicare fraud
  • Trespassing
  • Criminal mischief

Convictions can result in serious penalties and repercussions. Having a criminal record can impact a person's ability to find housing and employment.

Pamela understands criminal laws and how to negotiate with prosecutors. She looks at a client's prior history and the severity of the offense to see what options are available to negotiate a plea deal or reduce the charges.

Contact The Law Firm

As a former prosecutor in Arkansas, Pamela understands how judges and prosecutors review these cases. She can walk clients through the entire process and help find the best resolution in their specific case. Call Epperson Panasiuk Law at 501-712-3740 or submit your information online for a free initial consultation.