Dedicated to Protecting the Rights of the Accused
Criminal Defense Law Firm in Gardnerville
An Experienced Attorney, Fighting for You & Your Future
When you’ve been arrested or are facing criminal charges, it’s very important that you have a lawyer on your side who is well-versed in the law. At the Law Office of Ronald F. Cauley, Inc., we can help you navigate the criminal justice system. Our goal is to protect your rights and build a solid case tailored to your unique situation, concerns, and goals. As a prior prosecutor and judge, our founding attorney, Ron Cauley, understands what you are up against, and he truly cares about helping you pursue the best possible outcome for your case.
Criminal Cases We Handle
Our firm is experienced in representing clients accused of all types of criminal offenses, ranging from misdemeanors to serious felonies. Remember: No matter the charges you face, your future, freedom, and reputation are all at stake. We can help you work to ensure your rights are protected.
We represent defendants in the following types of criminal cases:
White collar crimes
Regardless of the severity of your charges, our Gardnerville criminal defense attorney can clearly explain your options and help devise a legal strategy that is tailored to your particular circumstances.
Defending the Accused Since 1981
When your future is on the line, it’s important that you work with an attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable of the law, your rights, and what you can expect from the legal process. When you choose the Law Office of Ronald F. Cauley, Inc., you choose to put over 30 years of legal experience on your side.
Most importantly, we actually care about you and your future. Here, we understand that this isn’t just another case—it’s your life. Our legal team will do everything in our power to help you fight for a favorable outcome. We can guide you through the legal process and aggressively advocate for you at trial.
Why Hire Ron Cauley?
Here Are Six Reasons
Track Record of Success
Decades of Experience
Former Judge & Prosecutor