Experienced Criminal Defense Representation in Montana

When facing criminal accusations, you need an experienced professional to defend your rights at every stage of the case starting with the arrest. At Gregory Paul Johnson, P.C., I have the skill and knowledge you need to protect your rights in the criminal justice system. As a former prosecutor and police officer, I understand how the process works from both sides. I can explain your options and help you make decisions that are in your best interests. For a free one-hour consultation with a Billings criminal defense lawyer, contact my office online or call (406) 656-4555.

Strong Defense in Felony and Misdemeanor Cases

I defend clients against all types of misdemeanor and felony charges. I represent clients in state and federal courts in cases involving:

  • Drug crimes
  • Traffic offenses
  • Sex offenses
  • White collar crime and fraud
  • Violent crime
  • Domestic violence charges

With more than 35 years of legal experience, I am deeply familiar with the police, prosecutors and legal personnel involved in criminal cases. I am a skilled negotiator and I can often produce excellent results without the need for a trial. However, I am always prepared to go to trial and vigorously defend you when that is in your best interest. Whatever your case requires, I will be by your side to protect you. 

Montana DUI/DWI Attorney

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious charge. I have represented many in-state and out-of-state clients who have been charged with drunk driving in Montana. The penalties for drinking and driving are severe, and can include fines, suspension or revocation of your license and time in jail. You may be charged with felony criminal endangerment, depending on the circumstances of your arrest. I handle all aspects of a DUI case, from petitions to reinstating drivers’ licenses to felony proceedings in criminal court. I have the experience to deal with arraignments, discovery and preliminary hearings, as well as criminal trials before a judge and jury.

To discuss your situation in a free one-hour initial consultation, e-mail me or call (406) 656-4555