Law Offices of Jezic & Moyse, LLC.
Selected as one of area’s top criminal lawyers in SUPER LAWYERS and the WASHINGTONIAN!
At the Maryland criminal law firm, Jezic & Moyse, LLC, our experienced criminal defense lawyers are proud to offer aggressive representation for individuals with a wide variety of legal needs.
Our multi-lingual Maryland criminal attorneys consider each individual’s unique goals, when designing a personalized legal strategy to achieve the best possible result in each case. Our outstanding results are seen in the press articles, criminal lawyer awards, and client testimonials that can be accessed throughout this website.
All across Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia, particularly in Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George’s County, and Frederick County, our Maryland criminal defense attorneys are in courts every day, providing dedicated, high-quality legal representation for individuals. Our law firm also concentrates in personal injury cases, and handles a wide range of other issues that include criminal defense (arson, assault, attempted murder, child abuse, drug charges, failure to appear, gun charges, homicide, prostitution, robbery, sex offenses, etc.) and serious traffic offenses (DUI, DWI, etc.), wrongful death and medical malpractice cases, divorce and custody disputes, as well as a variety of immigration matters, employment, defamation, tax, and business matters.
Our Maryland criminal lawyers realize that no matter the nature of your case, it can have a lasting impact on, not only your own life, but the lives of your loved-ones. At Jezic & Moyse, LLC, your specific goals and concerns will dictate every step of our representation.
Maryland criminal Defense lawyer
Maryland criminal lawyer Andrew V. Jezic is the lead partner of Jezic & Moyse LLC and heads our criminal defense department. He was selected to the exclusive list of best criminal defense lawyers in Maryland by Washingtonian magazine in 2011 and 2013 . Mr Jezic maintains a perfect 10/10 rating on AVVO and has been selected by Super Lawyers from 2011-2015 as one of top 5% of criminal attorneys in Maryland. He is also a co-author of the widely respected book, Maryland Law of Confessions, first published in 2003 by Thompson/West and now in its eleventh edition.
As a Maryland criminal lawyer, Mr. Jezic has an extraordinary record of achieving outstanding results in criminal jury trials. Regarding his jury trials which are not presently on appeal, Mr. Jezic has achieved a winning result in 41 out of 46 jury trials as a Maryland criminal defense lawyer: a Not Guilty verdict, a dismissal in the middle of trial, a mistrial, a Motion for New Trial, a hung jury, a windfall compromise in the middle of trial, or a reversal on appeal. With the few jury trials that did not end successfully, Mr. Jezic fought to the bitter end, filing pro bono appeals in the State’s highest courts and in the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Jezic continues to look for ways to get a new trial for these clients.
In 2010 and 2011, Maryland criminal lawyer Andrew V. Jezic convinced judges in two separate cases to vacate his clients’ guilty pleas entered with another criminal defense lawyer, whereby both clients would have been deported after serving lengthy prison sentences. In both cases, Mr. Jezic’s clients were eventually exonerated after jury trials and are now free of any threat of jail or deportation. In one of those cases in 2011, State v. Cuque, the jury acquitted Mr. Jezic’s client of all charges despite having viewed a videotaped confession by the client.
In 2014 Mr. Jezic was a featured speaker as a criminal defense lawyer for the fourth year in a row at the Alan Goldstein criminal law lecture in Prince George’s County, the premier criminal defense law seminar for lawyers in Maryland. In 2010 Mr. Jezic was a featured speaker at the annual Law Day seminar in Montgomery County, and was asked to speak at a Cross-Examination Workshop for the Montgomery County Bar’s Criminal Law Section in October, 2008, as well as at the Office of the Public Defender’s state-wide Training Seminar in May, 2008.
In addition to Mr Jezic’s results, the Maryland criminal lawyers with our law firm have years of experience representing clients, and are very focused on getting positive results in every case they handle. They will provide an aggressive defense for you, taking into account the unique facts of your case. Criminal defense is not only our profession, it is also our passion, and we will use our experience as a firm to help you. Our Maryland-focused criminal defense lawyers offer affordable legal services and exceptional criminal defense for those charged with the most serious offenses throughout Maryland state.
Maryland criminal law firm
Jezic & Moyse, LLC is a full-service Maryland law firm, dedicated to the vigorous defense of anyone charged with a crime. We handle every sort of criminal case, and focus on violent crimes, such as murder, manslaughter, criminal battery, armed robbery, and burglary. Nonetheless, whether you need a DUI lawyer or a Criminal Defense Trial Attorney for a major felony case, Jezic & Moyse will handle it. Whether Felony or Misdemeanor, no case is too big or too small. We also handle criminal defense cases in Virginia and Washington DC. Let Jezic & Moyse help ease the stress of going through the criminal justice system by providing the aggressive and insightful criminal defense you need to win your case.
Please call our criminal defense attorneys today at: 240-292-7200, to discuss all of your legal needs. We are available every weeknight until 9 p.m, Saturday mornings, and all day Sunday after 1:30 p.m. Our attorneys and staff speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, and Chinese fluently.
Examples of Criminal charges we can help you with:
1) Attempted Battery – an attempt to cause offensive, non-consensual physical contact with another person.
2) Intent to Frighten – intentionally creating the fear in another person of immediate, offensive, non-consensual physical contact with the other person.
3) Battery – actually causing the offensive, non-consensual physical contact with the other person. Continue reading
In Maryland, it is unlawful for any person to possess marijuana, no matter what quantity. The charges and punishment will vary depending on the amount in your possession upon arrest. If you are caught with up to 10 grams, you will potentially face a fine of $500 and up to 90 days incarceration. If you are found in possession of more than 10 grams, the fine will double and you could face an entire year in prison. The police use the amount of drugs found in your possession to determine whether or not the drugs are for personal use or for distribution. For drugs other than marijuana, the fines and prison guidelines are much higher, ranging in the thousands of dollars and years in prison. Continue reading
Maryland has two separate charges related to “drunk driving” or driving after consuming other inebriating substances: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI) or Driving While Impaired by Alcohol (DWI). To be charged with a DUI or DWI, a driver must be operating or in actual physical control of a motor vehicle and have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or greater. If ever charged with DUI/DWI you need to contact a DUI defense lawyer as soon as possible. Continue reading
If you are charged with a crime or serious traffic offense in Maryland, it is critical to comply with all of your court dates. Missing a court date only increases your legal troubles and can worsen the criminal penalties. If you have missed a court date and are concerned you may have an outstanding bench warrant for your arrest, contact a Maryland criminal defense attorney to guide you through the complexities of the legal system. A criminal defense lawyer can help you take a proactive approach to solving your problem. Continue reading
Firearm possession is an important right protected by the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. Nevertheless, Maryland has some of the toughest restrictions and punishments for firearm offenses in the country. Here is some basic information you should know as you begin your criminal defense. Continue reading
Homicide and manslaughter are some of the most serious criminal offenses and have the most severe personal and legal consequences. In Maryland, the killing of another human being is broken up into three categories: first degree murder, second degree murder, and manslaughter. Each offense is a felony under state law and hiring a criminal defense lawyer should be the very first step you take to protect your rights and freedom. Continue reading