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Criminal Defense Gives You a Fighting Chance

A criminal charge of any kind can damage your reputation and finances. A conviction? Even worse. It will impact the rest of your life and even the lives of your loved ones — financially and emotionally.  No matter what the criminal charge is, your future and reputation are on the line. Everyone deserves a fair trial and a criminal defense attorney they can trust, has the experience, and truly cares — giving you a fighting chance.

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Experience You Can Trust

If you are charged with a crime, you need a defense lawyer who knows what it takes to get results. You need a strongly prepared defense by someone who cares about your future and who will defend your case aggressively and passionately — that person is Toney Brasuell.

Toney understands your fears and will evaluate all factors in your specific case to determine the best course of action. You’ll get one-on-one attention from a skilled criminal defense attorney who truly cares about your future. Toney will proactively address your concerns to find the best resolution, and you can trust that he will work hard to find the best possible outcome in your case.

With almost two decades of experience, Toney is qualified to handle the most complex criminal cases including clients facing the death penalty and all federal crimes. Toney knows criminal law and how it applies to your situation.

Choosing the Right Attorney

Do you need an attorney? If you have asked yourself this question, the answer is probably, “Yes.” A criminal defense attorney can ensure your rights are protected and make sure all possibilities are explored for the best possible outcome.

Even if you know you need a defense lawyer, it can be hard to figure out how to choose the best criminal defense lawyer for your specific situation — it’s a difficult decision. You want someone who will be honest and upfront about your case, someone who will go to bat for you, someone who will advocate for you. The right attorney will guide you through the legal processes and keep you informed every step of the way. I will do just that.

White Collar &
Federal Crimes

These types of crimes include a variety of frauds, counterfeiting, certain drug charges, embezzlement, kidnapping, securities fraud and tax evasion.


Violent felonies are crimes that involve the use of threat or force against another person, such as murder, aggravated assault or battery, aggravated robbery or terroristic threats.


Drug crimes can include: Possession of marijuana or a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to distribute , illegal manufacture of a controlled substance or drug trafficking.


Property crimes aren’t limited to robbery and include: Robbery, theft and burglary, shoplifting, fraud and embezzlement, identity theft, theft by receiving or deception.


There are 3 scenarios that can lead to civil or criminal forfeiture: contraband, proceeds as a result of illegal activity or property purchased illegal money.


Sexual assault charges can be based on many ways of assault such as rape, marital rape, incest, sexual harassment and sexual contact with minors.


In Arkansas, the crime of domestic violence is either assault, usually a misdemeanor or battery, which is considered a more serious crime with more serious consequences.

Driving While

Being stopped on suspicion of DWI is a serious offense in Arkansas and can lead to fines, license suspension or prison time.