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Ohio Criminal Defense

An Ohio Criminal Defense Attorney can Explain Your Rights to You.

Your rights are guaranteed by the United States Constitution. Make sure you understand exactly which rights apply to you when you are charged with a crime. While the criminal justice system is designed to protect your rights, someone still needs to monitor whether your rights are being preserved. Evidence taken by the police during an illegal search and seizure may be excluded from the evidence used in a criminal trial.

It is ultimately up to you to make sure your rights are protected; otherwise, you may end up with more severe penalties if you are convicted of a crime. An Ohio criminal defense attorney can review your case and may determine if it is possible to defend your case in such a way to avoid the most serious penalties.

The criminal justice system can be very complicated and difficult for an inexperienced non-lawyer to navigate. If you want to make sure you are treated fairly and within the guarantees of the Constitution, consider consulting with an Ohio criminal defense attorney.

The attorney may be able to make sure your case is handled properly and that you are informed of all the options available. You don’t want to make any mistakes that can cost you your future employment or personal freedoms. Make the free no-obligation phone call right now to schedule a consultation with an Ohio criminal defense lawyer. Call toll-free 877-445-1059.

Or, if you prefer, complete the free online case evaluation form so we can connect you with a local criminal defense attorney. It may be possible that your charges could be dismissed or significantly reduced.

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