Brent Caldwell

Brent Caldwell

Sole Practitioner
Location:
Lexington, Kentucky
Phone:
859-554-3511
Email:

When you need a lawyer with years of experience and in the state courts in Lexington, Central Kentucky and other parts of Kentucky, as well as in all Federal Courts in the Commonwealth you can trust Brent Caldwell of Caldwell Law Firm, PLLC to provide the expert legal services you need. 

My practice areas range from criminal defense on serious federal and state charges, as well as on misdemeanors, DUIs and other minor criminal charges. I have extensive experience from both sides, having spent several years as a prosecutor as well as the Deputy Attorney General of Kentucky.  I also have a wealth of civil experience in handling civil rights cases and personal injury cases. 

I have the experience and know-how to help clients from all walks of life, from the corporate executive to the college student. Those who come to me facing drug charges, fraud charges, assault charges or a wide variety of state and federal criminal charges look to me to help answer their questions and give them honest, straightforward answers concerning their legal problems and options. My goal is to help you move forward past these charges with the best possible future.

My experience in the courtrooms of this state with local judges and prosecutors is difficult to match by other criminal defense firms in Kentucky.   My knowledge of the criminal justice system is critical in representing people whose rights have been violated and have suffered injuries at the hands of law enforcement officers and corrections officers in jail.  

For a free consultation, contact Brent L. Caldwell of Caldwell Law Firm, PLLC, at 859-225-1400. For your convenience, I also have a branch office in Owensboro, Kentucky and can be reached at 270-883-2295. 

Areas of Practice

  • Criminal Law
  • Assault or domestic violence
  • Murder or Manslaughter
  • Drug possession or distribution
  • Drunk driving (DWI/DUI)
  • Criminal vehicular operation/homicide
  • Theft or burglary
  • Fraud and white collar crimes
  • Robbery and weapon offenses
  • Juvenile offenses
  • Serious traffic offenses
  • Probation violations
  • Crimes against a person
  • Crimes against property
  • Non-violent crime