Attorney William Wayne Housley offers his services throughout North Mississippi in both state and federal courts. We represent clients throughout Lee, Monroe, Itawamba, Prentiss, Alcorn, Pontotoc, Chickasaw, Tishomingo, Lowndes and Union Counties. Mr. Housley has been practicing over 20 years in the state of Mississippi and his office is located near historic crosstown in Tupelo, Mississippi.
For over 20 years, Mr. Housley has represented the accused, handling thousands of felony and misdemeanor cases and traffic matters in both federal and state courts.
Your case is important so choose someone with experience. Attorney Housley is personally prepared to vigorously defend clients facing a broad range of criminal charges,including traffic violations and DUI. We also handle charges involving violent crimes, as well as sexually related offenses and drug charges, among other areas of criminal defense.
Precharge and Postconviction Matters
Mr. Housley also offers precharge representations so you can discuss the charges that may be filed against you and enlist representation as soon as possible to protect your rights. Postconviction matters that we handle include expungement and motions for appropriate relief that include postconviction relief and Criminal Appeals.
Talk to Your Lawyer, Not the Police
It is always a wise course of action, to retain a lawyer to represent your interest as soon as possible. Law enforcement officials and prosecutors may try to convince or coerce you into given a statement with a false promise of favorable treatment. Avoid this scenario of "hanging yourself". Whatever benefit you get from answering questions without an attorney present is far outweighed by the damage he will do to your case.
Contact Us Immediately to Protect Your Rights
Whether you have received a traffic ticket, are facing white collar criminal charges, or have been charged with a violent crime, we are here to assist. Please fill out the contact us form and we will get back with you as quick as possible. Because we understand how important your case is.