Lexington Defense Attorney: Fighting For Justice In College Crime Accusations

For students in the Lexington area who attend Transylvania University, Sullivan University and the University of Kentucky, college crime news often hits close to home, especially when you know the accused student(s).

But it hits much closer to home when you are the college student accused of a crime. You may be unable to hire an attorney, and you could wind up facing your trial and the resulting penalties alone. If you are the parent of a college student, especially one from out-of-state who is accused of a felony or of a crime involving drugs and/or alcohol, you may be terrified.

We can help. At the Boyd Law Office, college students will find trusted legal counsel in our criminal defense law firm‘s founder, Matt Boyd. Matt understands and sympathizes with your situation — the making of a bad choice and the need to deal with the consequences. He will work with you and your parents to put this crisis in the past.

That’s because Matt is a big believer in second chances. He knows that just one bad decision, one bad choice, can affect your life. And he wants to help. Matt’s primary goal in defending his clients to give them hope for a successful future.

Aggressively Defending College Students’ Rights In Kentucky

Of course, some colleges choose to handle offenses internally, through disciplinary hearings. Matt Boyd will work with your school’s administration for continued educational opportunities, sports and club participation. Matt works with college students facing felony, misdemeanor and juvenile offense charges such as:

  • Underage drinking
  • Alcohol-related offenses
  • Drug charges
  • Sexual assault
  • Violent crimes
  • Trespassing
  • Theft
  • Marijuana possession
  • Harassment

Along the way, your college student son or daughter will have our firm commitment to providing direct, one-on-one personal service, including around-the-clock access, prompt answers to questions and regular updates on the status of your case.

Get More Information — And A Free Initial Consultation

Whether you’re the student who has been charged or their parent, you can get more information about how Matt Boyd can put nearly 25 years of experience as a lawyer to work in your situation, email the firm or call 859-252-0222.