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Moulton & Long PLLC

Attorneys At Law

58 Public Square, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

CRIMINAL LAW



If someone you know has been arrested, do not let them make

any statements to the police. Contact us immediately, 24

hours a day, 7 days a week. Place yourself in our competent

hands. We will help you through this difficult time.

Being charged with a crime is a life altering experience. The

defense of your case can make or break your future. At

Moulton & Long PLLC we explore every nuance in a case and

pursue every available advantage. As with all matters the firm

handles, criminal cases are carefully managed by a partner to  produce a timely and positive resolution. Moulton & Long PLLC offers the assurance that a substantial and well established law firm is there to fully guard and protect the civil and constitutional rights of the accused. The firm successfully handles misdemeanors, from simple Assault to Driving While Intoxicated, to the most serious felonies, including Murder, Fraud and Drug cases. The firm has also been successful in Appeals of Convictions and Sentences.

A good defense lawyer knows the law and pleads your case. A great defense lawyer can give you back your life. At Moulton & Long PLLC, we are familiar with police tactics, investigation practices and Grand Jury procedures. Our legal representation has resulted in dismissals and acquittals and has helped our clients avoid prison sentences. If you have been charged with a crime, the steps you take next are often critical to your defense.

IF YOU ARE ARRESTED, DO NOT MAKE ANY STATEMENT TO THE POLICE.

Call or email Moulton & Long PLLC immediately 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can be reached by email through this site or directly to cmike@ml-kylaw.com; by telephone at 270.766.1800 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; or, at any other time, call 270.300.6318 and leave a message -- your call will be returned quickly. We will advise you of your rights and help protect you. Moulton & Long PLLC can prepare for and appear at your arraignment, arguing against the prosecutor's request for the judge to set bail.


If arrested, place yourself in the competent hands of attorneys who will help you through this difficult time.