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Ohio Criminal Defense Lawyer That Works For You.

Our representation extends across multiple counties in Ohio, including Lawrence, Adams, Scioto, Pike, Jackson, and Gallia. We provide personalized defense, with optimal advocacy and communication, to ensure that the prosecution is being held to its burden of proof and that you receive the representation you deserve.

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Understanding Criminal Law In Ohio.

Ohio law encompasses a wide array of criminal offenses and numerous traffic violations, each governed by specific statutes and regulations. These criminal cases are distinct from civil court proceedings and are adjudicated according to Ohio's established criminal procedures and rules. Defendants in criminal cases are entitled to various rights as outlined in the United States Constitution. It is essential to have a defense attorney who is well-versed in these rights and adept at assertively advocating for them throughout the legal process.

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A Criminal Law Attorney That Is There For You.

Criminal law can be a tricky matter. Many do not know where to begin after being charged with a crime. Our criminal law practice allows you to rest easy knowing that you have an attorney that will handle your matter for you and help you receive the liberty you desire.

Eliminating Criminal Offenses In 3 Steps.

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Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation to determine the specific needs of your case.

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After the initial consultation, we will work to develop an in-depth strategy to assist in achieving optimal results for your case.

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From the first meeting to the close of your matter, enjoy the comfort of knowing that a proven professional is in your corner.

Important Disclaimer

The information that you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls and emails. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until an attorney-client relationship has been established.

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