Serving The Greater Lexington Area
Criminal Defense And Family Law Attorneys
Facing legal problems, such as criminal charges or going through a divorce, can be a scary, embarrassing, confusing and frustrating situation. Lives can be ruined by making the wrong choice at the wrong time. Convictions can lead to jail time or fines. Divorces can mean less time with your kids, or financial uncertainty after the divorce is finalized. You need to understand your options before you make any decisions about your future.
At Landon Law, in Lexington, we have more than two decades of combined experience helping thousands of clients obtain the most favorable results inside and outside the courtroom. Our attorneys provide each of our clients with personalized and out-of-the-box legal solutions specifically tailored for their case, so we leave no stone unturned in our pursuit to help you build the right strategy for your case.
Why We’re the Right Choice
Committed to Protecting Your Rights & Your Future
20+ Years of Combined Experience
Our legal team has handled thousands of cases, from minor misdemeanors to serious felonies. We understand what it takes to get the most favorable outcome for our clients.
We Won’t Give Up
If we lose a case, we can file an appeal and use our extensive appellate experience continue to try to get the best possible outcome for our clients.
Our clients are like family. Not only do we care about helping our clients avoid conviction or serious penalties, but we also want to get them the help and treatment necessary to get back on track in life.
Personalized Legal Solutions
We don’t treat our clients like just another case number. Rather, we tailor their defense specifically based on their situation. We are not afraid to think outside the box.
Talk To Our Attorneys Today
We invite you to reach out to us to learn if we are the right firm for you. To meet with a member of our team, please call our office at 859-712-0237 or send us an email to find a time that works best for your schedule. We will give you an honest assessment of your case, and provide you with the guidance you need to move forward.
Kentucky Court of Appeals
Appellant’s conviction was vacated. The officer lacked a reasonable suspicion to support a car stop, and the emergency aid exception did not apply. The trial court’s denial of the Appellant’s motion to suppress was clearly erroneous.
Kentucky Supreme Court
Appellant’s second degree Manslaughter conviction and twenty year sentence was reversed after the Kentucky Supreme Court held that the Commonwealth inappropriately showed sexual messages to the jury.
Kentucky Supreme Court
A client charged with DUI 4th offense was allowed to serve his sentence on home incarceration if the trial court approved.
Helping You Find The Answers To Your Legal Questions