Myrtle Beach Criminal and DUI Defense AttorneyMyrtle Beach criminal defense lawyer Lacey Thompson has dedicated her practice to representing those who have been accused of a crime. Her passion for criminal defense stems from her former employer and mentor Bobby Frederick. Lacey Thompson is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
We only accept criminal defense cases.
The Thompson Defense Firm has obtained dismissals, pre-trial diversion resulting in dismissals, or acquittals following trials of criminal cases, and has a record of proven results. Although no attorney can ethically guarantee you results, if your case is not dismissed or settled favorably we will not hesitate to go to trial and fight for you. We have an investigator on staff who will assist in investigating and preparing your case for trial.
Our fees are reasonable, but we are not the least expensive defense firm. Our fees reflect our experience and the work that goes into each case. In every criminal case, we charge a flat fee that is determined by the type of charges, the circumstances surrounding the case, the extent of investigation required, an estimate of the hours that will be required to prepare the case for trial, and the likelihood that the case will go to trial or result in a dismissal or other resolution.
I am a Myrtle Beach criminal defense lawyer who does not charge for initial consultations. If you call to set up an appointment, at 843-444-6122, I will speak with you and let you know what, if anything, I can do to help your situation and what the costs would be.
If you have been arrested, charged with a crime, or are under investigation, contact Myrtle Beach criminal defense lawyer Lacey Thompson at 843-444-6122 to arrange a free consultation about your legal options. We are determined to aggressively provide every client with the best defense that we can, and our goal is always to achieve the best possible outcome in your case, whether that means a dismissal of your charges, a fair plea agreement through negotiations, or a favorable verdict at trial.