Understand your legal options. Contact attorney Matt Bodman right now.
Attorney Matt Bodman offers a free consultation to all potential clients. He provides this service because he knows that people charged with a crime want straight answers to their complicated questions as soon as possible. You may be a white-collar worker, a blue-collar worker or perhaps you're a college student at the University of South Carolina or one of the other area colleges. Regardless of your background, you can rely on experienced defense attorney Matt Bodman.
Whether you have been charged with a drug crime, white-collar crime or another serious offense or if you are under investigation, defense lawyer Matt Bodman can answer your questions and help you decide the best course of action.
When you meet with us, we believe you'll notice a difference right away. We won't take a one-size-fits-all approach. We take the time to learn about your specific case and work with you to develop a solution that's right for your unique legal issues.
Why should I hire attorney Bodman to handle my case?
A former South Carolina criminal prosecutor, Bodman has extensive courtroom experience. He is a highly skilled defense attorney who understands how prosecutors think. For more than five years as an Assistant Solicitor in South Carolina, Bodman built compelling legal cases on behalf of the state against criminal defendants.
In 2002, Bodman founded his own private practice in Columbia, S.C. Since then, he has vigorously fought for the rights of people charged with a crime. His meticulously, detail-oriented approach has routinely resulted in charges being dropped, dismissed or ended with other favorable outcomes.
Best of all, your case will not be handed off to someone unfamiliar with the law. Attorney Bodman personally handles every case and will meet with you personally when you contact us for your free consultation.
Aggressive South Carolina criminal defense lawyer you can trust
You might think you can handle your case on your own. Don't make that mistake. A judge will treat you the same way he or she treats an attorney. You'll need to meet deadlines, follow the rules of the court, understand legal language, abide by the rules of evidence, and know other important courtroom procedures. Criminal cases can quickly become very complicated. And if you don't know how the legal system works, you could find yourself convicted of a serious crime.
"A criminal conviction can have serious consequences," Bodman said. "You could be fined thousands of dollars or sentenced to prison for several months or even years. Then there are the unofficial consequences of a conviction. The stigma of a criminal record can prevent people from getting certain jobs, loans and could put up other barriers."
For more information, contact Attorney Bodman and find out what he can do for you. Call (866) 487-9077. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Columbia. We're ready and eager to meet with you.