About Us

Mitchell Farley is a lifelong resident of the Lowcountry of South Carolina. He attended local schools. He is an Eagle Scout. He has strong ties to the community. Mitchell Farley is a graduate of the University of South Carolina where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He attended law school at the Charleston School of Law. He is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. He constantly attends training to ensure that he is up to date on all changes in the law.

Upon graduation, Mitchell Farley worked for a multi-state law firm defending insurance companies from civil lawsuit. He transitioned from civil law to criminal defense when he accepted a job as a Public Defender for the First Judicial Circuit.

In that role Mitchell Farley has represented defendants in well over a thousand cases that ranged from traffic tickets to Murder. Practicing in all state courts in all South Carolina counties, and focusing solely on criminal law Mitchell Farley has the time and skills needed to successfully handle all criminal matters.

Put his experience to work for you. The state has almost unlimited resources to prosecute you. You deserve a lawyer who is committed to you. You don’t hire a private attorney to be treated like a number. Our firm is different than traditional criminal defense firms. We tell you what your looking at up front. We explain your civil rights to you in plain English. We include you in all decisions that affect your case. We keep you in the loop. We return phone calls. In short. . . WE ARE THERE FOR YOU.

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General Sessions

General Sessions courts handle the most serious crimes in South Carolina. They can impose sentences up to life in prison without the possibility of parole or even the death penalty. Convictions for some charges will require you to lose your driver’s licensee, lose your right to own guns, and even your right to vote. Government assistance, student loans, employment options, and many aspects of daily life we take for granted are also affected. With potential sentences this severe, it is important to get a qualified lawyer as soon as possible.

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