The United States Constitution says that every person convicted of a crime is "Innocent Until Proven Guilty." Unfortunately the mentality of the 24-hour news cycle is if you're charged, you must be guilty. Most people can't understand how "holy" the presumption of innocence is until they see the blue lights in their rear-view mirror and a police officer changes their life forever. Obviously, a simple traffic ticket wouldn't be that dramatic, but you get the point.
The experience of being arrested or placed under investigation for a criminal offense can be a frightening and disorienting experience. A conviction can not only result in direct consequences like fines and possible incarceration, but a criminal record can also have collateral consequences that last a lifetime. We understand the tremendous stress that an arrest or criminal investigation has on an alleged offender, and that is why our attorneys work closely with clients and maintain open communi
At Godbey Law, we strive to provide great service to you. We return your phone calls and emails promptly, keep you informed of the status of your case, and give frank legal advice while allowing you to make the decisions. We work hard to give you — the customer — the level of legal service you deserve. When appropriate, we can customize retainers for clients and offer monthly payment plans. We have evening and weekend appointments available.
At The Law Offices of Scott A. Rubenstein, we are dedicated to safeguarding our clients’ individual rights and obtaining the best possible case outcome on their behalf. Mr. Rubenstein is exclusively responsible for defending all of his client matters in Ohio’s State and Federal Courts. As a former felony criminal and appellate prosecutor who has been practicing law since 1999, he has handled hundreds of criminal cases–both trials and appeals.
I work to provide aggressive defense and careful protection of my clients' rights. I believe that it is important to keep my clients fully informed of the latest developments in their cases to aid them in their decision making about their cases. After I am able to look at all of the available evidence in my cases, I give my clients a frank and practical assessment of their case, where I inform my clients of all the possible options. From there I form a game plan based on these discussions, and
When you’re stuck and you don’t know where else to turn; when the unexpected happens and you’re not as prepared as you thought you were; if you have questions and you don’t know who you can trust; turn to the experienced, approachable lawyers at The Farrish Law Firm, L.P.A. Our Ohio and Kentucky lawyers fight for people for a myriad of legal issues: DUI defense, criminal defense, personal injury, traffic violations, and domestic relations. Our attorneys include a former prosecutor, a fo
A DUI carries serious penalties including, Mandatory Jail Time, ALS Suspension, Interlock, Special Plates and more importantly a damaged reputation. Nicholas Klingensmith’s experience as a prosecutor and as a defense attorney can help you avoid these penalties. Nicholas has the experience to negotiate a favorable plea or to win at trial.
At my law firm, Robert R. Hart Jr., Attorney at Law, I have been advising and representing clients in criminal defense and family law matters since 1985. During that time, I have guided my clients through some of the worst crises of their lives. By the end of the legal process, they came to appreciate my dedication, professionalism and personal concern for their wellbeing.
Stephen Wenke is a Cincinnati DUI and Criminal Defense Attorney. Before becoming a criminal defense attorney, Stephen was a Hamilton county prosecutor. Stephen attended law school at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and graduated Cum Laude. Stephen received his Bachelor Degree from Miami University and is a graduate of Elder High School.
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