Legal Knowledge, Ability and Experience
Our Tupelo criminal defense law firm understands being charged with a criminal offense can be an unsettling and frightening experience. Nothing can prepare you for an arrest and formal charges brought against you or a family member.
Committed To Finding Solutions To Your Criminal Issue
If you are in trouble with the police, you need representation from an experienced Tupelo criminal attorney right away. The police can seize your assets and money, throw you in jail, and make your life miserable. Criminal charges, such as DUI, drug possession, theft, assault and murder, can remain on your record and harm your future.
Working with a qualified criminal defense attorney will significantly improve your chances of a favorable outcome in your case.
William Wayne Housley has the legal knowledge, ability and experience to get you through this stressful time in your life. Criminal charges are complex and full of emotion.
Mr. Housley is committed to finding solutions to your criminal issue as effectively and quickly as possible so you can move on and get your life back together.
Areas We Serve
Mr. Housley primarily represents clients in northern Mississippi. We handle case in Lee County (including Shannon, Eggville, and Verona), Alcorn, Lowndes, Monroe, Pontotoc (Chesterville), Union, Prentiss, Itawamba and Tishomingo Counties, including cities such as Tupelo, Corinth, Pontotoc, Columbus, New Albany, Booneville, Aberdeen, and Fulton.
Precharge and Postconviction Matters
Mr. Housley also offers precharge representations and consultations 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.