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Attorney Tom Marks -  Skilled, Qualified, Confident, Trustworthy

Felony Attorney in Bentonville

Defending You against the Most Serious Criminal Charges

Felonies cover a vast range of criminal offenses committed at either the state or federal level. If you've been charged with a felony, you could face severe consequences, including significant prison time, stiff fines, and prolonged probation. Marks Law Firm can help you build a compelling defense against your charges with personalized criminal law services. No matter the severity of your charges, you can count on Attorney Tom Marks to aggressively fight for your rights.

To learn more about the legal services provided by Marks Law Firm, call (479) 202-4541 today. A dedicated felony attorney in Bentonville will be glad to answer your questions.

Uniquely Qualified to Fight for You

Marks Law Firm can take on a wide variety of criminal cases throughout Northwest Arkansas, from low-level drug offenses to Class Y felonies. As a former prosecutor, I have a comprehensive understanding of Arkansas criminal law, as well as how the other side of the aisle thinks and operates. I can use this experience to build a strong case strategy on your behalf. I can protect your rights and best interests as I navigate you through every stage of the criminal proceedings.

Reach out to Attorney Tom Marks if you've been charged with any of the following, and more:

  • Rape
  • Homicide
  • Armed robbery
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug possession
  • Possession of child pornography

Call (479) 202-4541 for a Free Consultation

Backed by over seven years of in-depth experience, I work relentlessly to get the charges against my clients reduced or dismissed completely. You can rely on me to provide you with well-informed counsel and individualized legal services. Contact a knowledgeable felony lawyer in Bentonville today to get help with your criminal case. You can schedule a free consultation with Attorney Tom Marks at your convenience.

I will always put your best interests first. -  Attorney Tom Marks