Alaska Fish & Game Violation Defense Attorney
Most Alaskans enjoy the rare fishing and hunting opportunities in our state. There are many state laws and ordinances that regulate the conduct and procedure of fishing an hunting in Alaska. Some of these laws can result in significant criminal charges and penalties for conviction. If you have been accused of a fish and game violation, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to defend you and protect your rights. It is best to work with an experienced criminal defense lawyer rather than face the prosecution on your own. Our office has experience defending cases in both State and Federal courts.
Fighting Fish and Game Violation Charges in Alaska
At the Law Office of Ben Crittenden, we will thoroughly investigate your case. We will determine whether your constitutional rights were violated by examining the police procedure and the evidence. For instance, if you were in custody and the police did not read you your Miranda rights, we can argue that any statements you made should be suppressed. We can also argue that evidence should be suppressed if the police did not have probable cause to stop your vehicle.
If you have been charged with a fish and game violation, you need the experience of a skilled criminal defense attorney who can fight for your rights to the full extent of the criminal justice system. Our office can assist you with any of a variety of fish and game violations. According to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the most common types of fish and game violations include, but are not limited to, killing a grizzly bear that is too young, nonresident hunting without a guide, illegal shooting of a sheep or moose, and failure to salvage all edible meat from game or fish.
Contact the Law Office of Ben Crittenden for Honest, Relentless Criminal Defense
At the Law Office of Ben Crittenden we work hard to get the best outcome in your case. To get more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced criminal defense lawyer regarding fish and game violation charges, please contact us at 907-771-9002, visit our frequently asked questions page, or our Blog page.