If You Have Been Accused Of A Crime
The most important thing to remember is that you are innocent until proven guilty. Police and prosecutors might make it seem like they have all the proof they need to convict you. That is their job. Do not simply give up. Do not plead guilty. Do not turn over your freedom and future. to schedule a consultation with Attorney , click here.
Wrongfully Accused? Just Made A Mistake?
First of all, wrongful accusations happen. It is a reality. If that is the case, do not expect the police or prosecutors to sort it out in your favor. You need an advocate who can show what really happened.
Furthermore, even if the accusation has merit, that does not mean you are a criminal or that you should face the maximum punishment. Unfortunately, police and prosecutors are often overzealous. They may push for harsh penalties that do not fit the crime. A dedicated lawyer will fight for you.
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Comprehensive Criminal Defense Representation
Our attorneys defend against misdemeanor, felony, and major felony criminal charges, including:
- Drunk driving (OWI)
- Drug charges (drug possession, drug dealing, drug manufacturing)
- Battery charges
- Domestic battery charges
We also represent clients in matters that come after a conviction, including expungments, probation violations, sentence modifications, and post-conviction relief.
We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, which can be particularly important in criminal defense cases. At the outset of your case, we will be ready to take action. If you have questions or concerns at any point, we will be available to address them. With so much at stake in these matters, we know the importance of hands-on representation.
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Foreign Nationals Charged with A Crime Require Unique Representation
Foreign nationals who are charged with a crime face the possiblity of deportation and other consequences. Purdue students and others from countries outside the United States should ensure they hire counsel well versed in criminal law.