Defending U of A Students
Drew Ledbetter has developed a specialty in the representation of the college student, and the student athlete. College can be an exciting time and a dangerous time in the life of a young person. Drew has defended hundreds of students in both felony and misdemeanor court on all variety of offenses, from DUI/DWI cases, to accusations of rape and sexual assault.
Drew has also spent a considerable amount of time in front of the University of Arkansas Judicial board (J-Board) defending students against accusations of wrongdoing. If your son or daughter is facing a hearing at the university level, do not allow them to navigate the process alone. There are serious potential consequences at stake that could affect them for the rest of their lives.
Since 2002 Drew has been the chapter advisor and official legal counsel for the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at the University of Arkansas, and he has served as legal counsel for individual members of every major fraternity and every major sorority at the University of Arkansas. Drew understands the unique scrutiny placed on the fraternity or sorority member who is accused of crimes or wrongdoing. If your son or daughter is a Greek at the University of Arkansas and is under investigation by the University or the local authorities please do not leave anything to chance. Hire an experienced attorney who knows how to navigate the waters of the University administration.
Drew Ledbetter has served as legal counsel for University of Arkansas student athletes accused of crimes and wrongdoing. Drew understands the potentially disastrous impact an investigation can have on the future career of an athlete. Ledbetter handles these cases with privacy and discretion, and he works swiftly to end the investigation or bring the charges to a close. Ledbetter has defended student athletes on numerous charges including alcohol, drug, theft, sexual assault, and rape. If your son or daughter is a student athlete and has been accused of wrongdoing then chances are that the University of Arkansas judicial system and local law enforcement are already planning their next step in the investigation. Time is of the essence. Talk to an attorney immediately.