The Law Offices Of Ralph Larry Warren provides aggressive
and skilled criminal defense representation on your behalf. Mr. Warren has
handled and tried every conceivable kind of major criminal case over a 30 year
career. If you have been charged with a crime in Maryland, immediately contact Attorney
Warren. He has a stellar record as a defense attorney.
Considering his years
of trial experience as both a successful prosecutor and private criminal
defense attorney, you are urged to take advantage of the opportunity to hire
him. He will provide you with competent and professional representation at a
reasonable flat fee. Having negotiated and tried hundreds of cases throughout
the State, he is one of the most experienced criminal trial attorneys in Prince George’s County, Md. As a result, he
offers his clients unique, invaluable and indispensable knowledge and skills
which he has gained by way of hotly contested courtroom trials for almost three
In addition, Attorney Warren is one of a very few attorneys
in the history of Maryland
criminal trials to persuade a Judge to grant his client a Judgment of Acquittal,
not guilty ruling, during a First degree murder trial. This means that Attorney
Warren was able to present such strong evidence to the Judge that the case was
not even presented to the Jury for deliberation. The Judge took the case out of
the jury hands and decided himself in the interest of justice that Attorney
Warren’s client was innocent as a result of Attorney Warren’s persuasive
Criminal Law (All Felonies & Misdemeanors)
Having negotiated and tried many cases throughout the D.C Metro area, Ralph Larry Warren is one of the most experienced attorneys practicing law in Prince George's County MD.
With time spent working with the state attorney's office, as well as in the private legal sector, his credentials and resume is a testament to his knowledge and legal prowess. In addition, he is one of a very few attorneys to be granted a judgment of acquittal, not guilty ruling, during a first-degree homicide trial by a circuit court judge.