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Brian Joseph Lockwood

  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Domestic Violence
  • Alabama, California, Nebraska
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Former prosecutor with over 18 years of experience practicing law. Practice limited to criminal defense, including D.U.I./D.W.I. Licensed in Alabama, California and Nebraska. Admitted to practice before all Alabama Courts and the United States District Court - Southern District of Alabama. Doctor of Jurisprudence, Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska 1995

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Domestic Violence
Additional Practice Area
  • Expungement
  • Free Consultation
    Free consultations available during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, excluding State and Federal holidays. Evening and weekend appointments available.
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    All major credit cards welcome.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Creighton University School of Law
J.D. (1994) | Law
Professional Associations
Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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Mobile Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Current
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Current
Nebraska Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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3 Questions Answered

Q. I have a question about the possible repercussions of an "Interference with a 911 domestic emergency call" Mobile,AL
A: If your fiance is found guilty of interference with a domestic violence 911 call, it is extremely likely he will be put on formal probation. In order to put himself in the best position, he should consult with an attorney to discuss the options he has and the best possible outcomes.
Q. My husband has been set a $1,000,000.00 bond for drug trafficking herion and the DEA has never found herion on him.
A: The bond set seems a bit high, but it does fall within the guidelines established by the Supreme Court for a trafficking charge. The court has broad discretion when setting a bond, and will be overturned only for abuse of discretion. However, the court enjoys both discretion to set a bond and to amend (lower) that bond. Your husband will need a local attorney to consult with and determine if a bond review motion would be appropriate in his case. The preceding answer constitutes informal information only. No attorney-client relationship is established, nor is the communication privileged. Each case is different. The Defendant should consult with a licensed attorney who can become familiar with the particularized facts of his or her case and should not rely on statements of general information such as this.
Q. I got 2 prior DV3rd in fla. I go to court in Alabama and scared they going to revoke bond cause I missed 2nd court date
A: You need to appear in court with an attorney, not a bondsman. At a minimum, you should consult with an attorney immediately. Ideally, find someone in the county where you have Court.
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Law Office of Brian J. Lockwood, LLC
56 Saint Joseph St.
Suite 505
Mobile, AL 36602
Telephone: (251) 434-5754