At Grose Law Firm, we understand that there’s more to your circumstances than just the charges and potential penalties you face. While police and prosecutors typically fail to see past the alleged crime and its impact on victims, we understand that the results of your case will impact the rest of your life and that the smaller the impact the greater your chances are of moving on and avoiding similar circumstances in the future.
Defense attorney Charles Grose has over 20 years’ experience as a public defender in South Carolina, and has represented individuals charged with all kinds of crimes, from traffic offenses and drunk driving (DUI) to drug trafficking, manslaughter, rape and murder. From 2008-2012, Mr. Grose served as Chief Public Defender for Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens and Newberry counties in the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In August 2012, Mr. Grose founded the Grose Law Firm and serves clients in Greenwood, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry, McCormick, Edgefield, and Saluda Counties and surrounding areas.
Who we serve
Grose Law Firm serves individuals charged with criminal offenses throughout Greenwood, Abbeville, Laurens, Newberry, Edgefield, McCormick and Saluda Counties in South Carolina.
Regardless of what charges you face or what part of the process your case is in, defense attorney Charles Grose and the Grose Law Firm can help you get the best results possible and minimize the impact of those charges on your life. Criminal defense cases accepted by our firm include these and others:
Juveniles facing criminal charges
When Mr. Grose came to the Eighth Judicial Circuit in 1999, he brought with him a philosophy that changed the face of criminal defense and justice process throughout the circuit. Described as a client-centered or holistic approach, Mr. Grose and the firm focus on the client and his or her life, examining their goals, objectives, family situation, employment situation, prospects for the future and much more. These form a foundation for each case that helps police, prosecutors, judges and juries see the defendant as a unique human being caught in unfortunate circumstances but with the potential for rising above those circumstances.
Supported by high attention to detail, thorough case preparation, and skillful gathering and presentation of evidence, this approach to criminal defense frequently yields positive results for defendants represented by Mr. Grose, including:
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