Protecting Your Rights Throughout Eastern Iowa Since 1981

Confidential Representation Of Students Charged With Crimes

If you are a student at the University of Iowa, Kirkwood Community College or Cornell College, and you are 18 or older, your consultation with us will be strictly confidential. Any discussion with our Iowa City college student criminal defense attorneys is privileged information. We share information with your parents or other family members only if you give us permission to do so.

At Foster Law Office, we represent college students charged with:

Our defense lawyers can represent you in criminal proceedings as well as in meetings with the dean of students or in other college administrative meetings. We work to keep you in school and keep your record clean. Davis Foster has been defending individuals in criminal court for more than 30 years. We would like the opportunity to defend you against your criminal charges in court and in negotiation with your school or the prosecutor.

Protecting Your Son Or Daughter

If your college-aged child was charged with a felony or misdemeanor and you are an out-of-state parent, you may feel helpless being removed from them and from their criminal defense. We have seen this on many occasions. If your son or daughter is 18 or older, they will need to give us permission to talk to you. If they do, we are fully equipped to keep you informed and up to date with their criminal defense. We use Skype, email, telephone and fax so that you are in the communication loop every step of the way. When major decisions must be made, we keep you well-informed and involved in the process.

Standing Up To Assault Charges

Iowa City is a friendly college town with many bars and restaurants that are frequented by college students. Unfortunately, drinking in bars can lead to arguments, which can lead to fights and can result in arrests for assault or assault and battery. We have represented many college students with misdemeanor or felony assault charges. We conduct thorough investigations, which often lead to good results for our clients.

Talk To A Lawyer Who Is Committed To Protecting Your Future

For college students accused of committing crimes, there is a lot at stake. Give yourself the best possible chance of obtaining a favorable outcome by talking to an attorney who knows how to defend against college crimes. To arrange your confidential consultation with a knowledgeable Iowa City defense lawyer, please contact our law office online or by telephone at 319-383-0405.