Criminal Defense

The Ultimate Question:

If you’re a criminal defense attorney, chances are that you have been asked on a number of occasions, “How do you represent people who have committed crimes?” There are many legitimate answers to this question, such as: “Because the government must be held to its burden of proof;” or “How would you feel if you were wrongfully charged with a crime you didn’t commit;” or “All people are innocent until proven guilty.”

At Stebbins Mulloy our precise answer is, “Because all people deserve competent and effective representation no matter what crime they are charged with.”

You Have Rights:

The United States Constitution provides for a Bill of Rights to ensure that all individuals have the right to a speedy trial, due process protections, the right against self-incrimination, the right to reasonable bail, the right to be free from unlawful searches and seizures, and the right to remain silent. The criminal justice system plays a large role in protecting and preserving society. Criminal defense attorneys are integral parts of this system. Stebbins Mulloy delivers competent, effective and efficient representation to individuals in their time of need.


Know the System:

Jackie M. Stebbins knows the criminal justice system from both sides. Jackie is a former City Prosecutor. Jackie currently practices in criminal defense in both state and federal courts.

Areas of Representation:

Stebbins Mulloy provides a wide array of criminal defense representation for misdemeanor and felony offenses, driving under the influence, drug possession and trafficking offenses, firearms charges, simple and aggravated assault, and other municipal, state and federal offenses.