I Defend Kentuckians Across Kenton County, Campbell County And Boone County.
You Decide – I Fight
I like trying cases, but while I’m preparing for trial, I’m also working to get my clients the most favorable outcome. Depending on the facts of your case, that could be working toward dismissal of charges, establishing the proper charge as a lesser offense than that charged or negotiating a plea deal for you.
When you work with me as your defense lawyer, I will explain the challenges and the risks of taking your case to trial or pleading to a criminal charge. I don’t just think about how a criminal conviction will affect you today; I’m also thinking about your future. I’ll explain the possible consequences a plea bargain might have on your future education goals, your career, and how it could influence or escalate penalties on future charges.
Meet Defense Attorney Shannon D. Sexton
As one of the cornerstones of the Covington legal community for over 22 years, I am proud of the work that my team and I have done to help my clients in their cases. I have represented clients in state and federal court, in both trial and appellate level cases. My team and I are committed to providing you honest, straightforward representation where we set realistic expectations of how we can help you. If you are ready to work with me, then reach out today.
Defense Of Felony And Misdemeanor Charges
I defend people against felony and misdemeanor charges in state and federal court, in bench and jury trials, in administrative hearings and in plea negotiations. These charges include drug crimes, from possession to trafficking; drunk driving (DUI) and other traffic offenses, theft crimes such as robbery, burglary, theft and embezzlement; violent crimes including assault, battery, homicide and murder; and sex crimes and rapes.
No case is too small if it will affect your life. I represent many Northern Kentucky University (NKU) students facing charges for drug crimes and alcohol offenses.
Come to my office to learn more about how I can help you with your case. The sooner you reach out, the sooner I can help.