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Charles A. Banker, III has successfully represented clients charged with state and federal crimes. Criminal trial attorney Charles A. Banker, III has fought aggressively for 30 years to reach favorable verdicts for his clients in all areas of criminal law from murder, federal conspiracy, to DWI. No case is too insignificant. Charles A. Banker, III has an excellent reputation as a trial lawyer and is known amongst his colleagues as being “one of the best.”

State Crimes

Federal Crimes

  • Assault and Domestic Violence

    • Family assault
    • Domestic violence
    • Violation of a protective order
    • Injury to a child
    • Child endangerment or abandonment
    • Injury to the elderly
    • Spousal battery
    • Terroristic Threat
  • Driving while intoxicated (DWI)/Driving under the influence (DUI)

    • Driving while intoxicated (DWI)
    • Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs
    • Driving on a suspended license
  • Sex offenses

    • Sexual crimes involving children, such as sexual assault, indecency, soliciting a minor, incest
    • Possession of child pornography
    • Indecent exposure
    • Public lewdness
    • Prostitution and solicitation
    • Failure to register as a sex offender
    • Bigamy
  • Drug Crimes

    • Possession of a controlled substance
    • Possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance
    • Delivery of a controlled substance
    • Prescription drugs
  • Theft and Property Crimes

    • Computer hacking or illegal access
    • Burglary or robbery
    • Burglary of a motor vehicle, auto theft
    • Theft
    • Theft by check
    • Forgery or fictitious ID counterfeiting
    • Credit card abuse
    • Theft of mail
    • Shoplifting
    • Medicare and Medicaid fraud
  • Homicide

    • Capital murder
    • Murder
    • Intoxication manslaughter
    • Reckless manslaughter
    • Felony murder
    • Negligent homicide
  • Weapons Charges

    • Concealed Weapons
    • Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a convicted felon
    • Interstate Transportation of firearms
    • Possession of a Firearm during the commission of a crime
    • Unlawful Possession, Modification, Possession, Manufacture, or Sale of Firearms
    • Unlicensed Use of a Firearm
  • White Collar Crime

    • Mortgage of Bank Fraud
    • Money laundering or Embezzlement
    • Mail fraud
    • Securities and stock fraud
    • Insurance fraud (Medicare, Medicaid, or Private)
    • Credit card or check fraud
    • Identity Theft
    • Violations of environmental regulations
    • Computer or Internet Crime
  • Probation Violations

    • Committing a new Crime
    • Failure to report
    • Failure to pay fines
    • Failure to complete community service
    • Failing a drug test
    • Possessing an unauthorized weapon

Juvenile Crimes

  • Underage Consumption
  • Drug Charges
  • DWI
  • Sex Crimes
  • Shoplifting, Burglary, or other theft
  • Vandalism or graffiti
  • And other alleged juvenile crimes
  • Possession, manufacturing, distribution, and delivery of controlled substances
  • Conspiracy to possess or distribute controlled substances
  • Continuing criminal enterprise
  • Money Laundering
  • Transporting illegal aliens
  • Illegal re-entry after deportation
  • Unlawful possession of firearms or dangerous weapons
  • White collar crimes
  • Bank fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Racketeering (RICO)
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Wire fraud

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