Welcome to the official website of
Alabama criminal defense lawyer
Richard Jensen.

Richard fights to win every case, and
has an over 90% not guilty and
dismissal rate since 1995.

Richard practices
statewide in all
Alabama trial and appellate courts.

Call 800-655-8579 for your free
consultation! Don't delay. Call now!
Call toll-free at 1-800-655-8579
Required by Alabama law: These recoveries and testimonials are not an indication of future results. Every case is different, and regardless of what friends,
family, or other individuals may say about what a case is worth, each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law. The
valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties, and the testimony, among other factors.
Furthermore,no representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the services of other lawyers.
RICHARD JENSEN
CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Anywhere. Any Court. Alabama.
800-655-8579
Recent cases:

State v. L.S.F. Sodomy 1st Degree, Dismissed.
State v. M.B.M. Sodomy 1st Degree. Dismissed.
State v. B.E. Sex Abuse. Case Dismissed.
State v. B.E. Sodomy 1st Degree. Reversed on appeal.
State v. B.F.E. Sex Abuse 1st. Convicted. Appealed.
State v. M.D.M. Rape 1st. Convicted. Appealed.
State v. M.F. Felony Child Abuse. Case Dismissed.
State v. T.C. Felony Child Abuse. Case Dismissed.
State v. L.A. Sodomy, Rape 1st Degree. Dismissed.
State v. J.D., Rape 1st Degree, Not Guilty.
State v. T.N. Sex Abuse 2nd Degree, Diversion.
State v. JI., Sexual Abuse 1st, Sodomy, Not Guilty
.
State v. G.S. Sodomy, 2nd Degree. Case Dismissed.
State v. L.McD. Robbery 1st Degree. Case Dismissed.
State v. R.T. Possession of Child Porn, Diversion.
State v. P.G. Possession of Child Porn, Dismissed.
State v. J.Z. Possession of Child Porn, Dismissed.
U.S. v. J.Z. Possession of Child Porn, Plea Bargain.
State v. R.W. Pistol w/out Permit. Case Dismissed.
State v. J.K. Sex Offender. Probation reinstated.
State v. MJ. Assault. Case Dismissed.
State v. DP. Abuse/Neglect. Case Dismissed.
State v. M.P. Terroristic Threats. Misdemeanor plea.
State v. R.H. Aggravated Child Abuse. Diverted.
State v. R.B. Assault 2nd with gun. Case Diverted.
State v. N.J.M. 10 counts Domestic Violence. Diverted.
State v. K.W., Domestic Violence-Assault. Dismissed.
State v. JCH., Assault, Resisting Arrest. Dismissed.
State v. T.H. Assault, Resisting Arrest, Dismissed.
State v. a.l. assault 2nd degree, dismissed.
State v. K.O’R., Domestic Assault, Not Guilty.
State v. T.R.S. Reckless Endangerment, Dismissed.
State v. A.H., Menacing, Not Guilty.
State v. S.B.D. Theft of Property 2nd. Dismissed.
State v. S.B. Domestic Violence. Diversion.
State v. A.S.C. Possession of Meth, Case Dismissed.
State v. I.C. Possession of Drugs, Diversion.
State v. L.F. Possession of Drugs, Case Dismissed.
State v. S.H., Drug Possession, Case Diverted.
State v. D.McD., Forgery. Probation.
State v. D.M. Domestic Violence 3rd. Dismissed.
State v. C.G., Domestic Violence 3rd, Probation
State v. A.M., Harassment. Case Dismissed
State v. M.H., Receiving Stolen Prop. 1st, Dismissed.
State v. L.W., Theft of Rental Car. Case Dismissed.
State v. A.B., Disorderly Conduct, Case Dismissed.
State v. S.L., Theft of Property 1st, Case Dismissed.
State v. J.D., Theft of Property, 2nd. Case Dismissed.
State v. F.S. Theft of Property, 1st. Dismissed.
State v. KF. Robbery 1st. Guilty verdict. Appealed.
State v. J.P., Forgery. Case Dismissed.
State v. S.A. Poss. Marijuana. Dismissed.
State v. M.I. Possession of Drugs, Diversion.
State v. WC. Distribution of Drugs, Dismissed.
State v. T.A.T. Trafficking. Minimum sentence.
State v. V.S. 0.39% BAC DUI. Case Dismissed
Athens v. J.G. 0.16% BAC DUI, Case Dismissed
State v. T.R.S. DUI, Case Dismissed.
State v. J.M. DUI, Case Dismissed.
State v. D.G., DUI, Case Dismissed.
State v. M.A.L., DUI/ Poss. Marijuana. Dismissed.
State v. J.A., DUI. Case Dismissed.
State v. S.R., DUI, Case Diverted.
State v. D.B., DUI, Case Diverted.
City of Huntsville v. A.S. Theft 3rd. Dismissed.
City of Huntsville v. S.T., DUI, Case Dismissed.
City of Huntsville v. C.B., DUI, Case Dismissed.
City of Huntsville v. J.H., Disorderly, Dismissed.
City of Huntsville v. KT., Theft 3rd. Case Dismissed.
City of Ardmore vs. SFL., DUI. Case Dismissed.
City of Athens v. DJ. DUI. Case Dismissed.
City of Athens v. K.C. Probation Reinstated.
City of Ardmore v. ST. DUI. Case Dismissed.
City of Scottsboro v. CE. DUI. Diversion.
City of Madison v. A.S. Poss. Marijuana, Dismissed.
City of Madison v. P.V. Domestic Violence. Not guilty.
City of N. Courtland v. KD. Poss. Marijuana, Dismissed
City of N. Courtland v. A.T. Poss. Marijuana, Dismissed.


Office located at 1403 Weatherly Plaza, Suite 106
Huntsville, Alabama 35803
"You have more power to win your case
than you realize. It's all in how you play
the poker of criminal defense. That's
right. This is poker. You have to know
when to bluff, when to hold your cards,
when to bet your chips, and when to go
'all in.'"
Richard Jensen is an
acknowledged expert on criminal trial
strategy and he not only tries and wins
criminal cases, he teaches other lawyers
how to win at seminars all over the
world. His trial strategy books are used
by lawyers the world over to improve
their trial skills and to win their cases
.
What do prosecutors think of Richard Jensen's
skill as a criminal defense lawyer?

Here's what one prosecutor wrote to Richard
recently after a felony jury trial:

"I also wanted to let you know that I was impressed
with your preparation. You were without a doubt
the most prepared lawyer

"I have ever dealt with in a courtroom. I always try
to learn from other lawyers and I noticed that your
case law guided your case and defense better than
I have ever seen.

"I also admired the way you anticipated all the
issues in the case and was ready to support your
side immediately. This case was like "trench
warfare" and every inch of ground was earned. The
way I see it, this case was like a prize fight that it is
hard to tell who won, because at the end,
everybody ended up in the hospital. In many ways,
that is how trial work should be.

So, my hat is off to you!
Well Done, Sir!"
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