If you have a questions about criminal charges, arrest or procedures, I likely have the answer to your question right here.
Almost all of our clients have the same thing in common: they have jobs that they cannot afford to lose by being convicted of an OVI charge.
We get asked this question a lot. Parents want to know what they should do if their child has been charged with, or accused of, a crime.
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Cleveland, Ohio, the police officers most likely took your physical license from you – this is because either you refused to take the breath test or you failed the breath test.
If the police want to talk to you, at the police station (or any place really), concerning a crime you need to take the following advice very seriously: Do Not Talk To The Police, immediately call a criminal defense attorney.
My team and I are former prosecutors, and we sit in court rooms all across Cleveland every day.
And every day we see people making one, or two, horrible mistakes.
As a former prosecutor I can tell you that most police officers are horribly trained when it comes to DUI offenses in Cleveland – they believe they are well trained, but in fact the opposite is true.
My wife and I are both former prosecutors, and we have children ourselves.
If our children ever faced criminal charges in Cleveland juvenile court we would absolutely hire an attorney to defend them.
If federal, or even state, agents have executed a search warrant for child pornography at your Cleveland home you need to immediately retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Everyone knows that if you have been charged with a crime in Cleveland that you need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately to protect not only your freedom but your life, your career, and your family.
I sit in courtrooms every day, all across Cleveland, Ohio.
One common mistake that I see happen is that people throw themselves on the mercy of the court and plea no-contest to the charges they face.