Results Matter. Period.
Good people make mistakes. Everyone knows this is true.
Unfortunately, just because you are a good person, with a family and a career, doesn’t mean that police and prosecutors will go easy on you. If you have been accused of a crime, your freedom and future are on the line. The only thing that matters now is protecting them. The only thing that matters now is results. Period.
You want someone on your side who has fought tough charges, and who knows his way around a courtroom. You want an attorney who can prevail even when the odds are against you. And who has the results to back it up. This time. And every time.
Nick Mudd, founding lawyer at Mudd Legal Group in Louisville, is well-known for his record of positive results in difficult criminal defense cases. He is recognized for his record-setting streak in which he won five murder trials in a row within a four-month time frame. No other lawyer in Kentucky in the past decade has come close to touching this record. Now he brings that experience and commitment to success to your case
Former Prosecutor Trusted In The Legal Community
Nick Mudd began his criminal defense career as a prosecutor. He prosecuted violent felonies and other serious criminal offenses. Now, he brings his knowledge of the inner workings of the justice system to the defense side, helping good people who have been charged with drunk driving, drug offenses, white collar offenses and other federal and state crimes.
His reputation for honesty, for hard work and for doing the right thing for good people who may have done the wrong thing has earned him the respect of prosecutors, judges and law enforcement. In fact, when police themselves get in trouble, they often turn to him.
One-On-One Attention From An Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney
He handles every case personally. When you enlist him to help you fight criminal charges, he will work with you on a one-on-one basis. He will take the time to get to know you, listen to your side of the story and come up with the most appropriate strategy. As his record shows, he is not afraid to take even the toughest cases to trial.