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Wyoming Criminal Defense

Speak to a Wyoming Criminal Defense Attorney Now

If you’ve been arrested or charged with crime, a Wyoming criminal defense attorney can help you develop a strategy for your defense. Wyoming criminal courts move quickly to complete criminal cases. A Wyoming criminal defense attorney may be able to help you understand your rights before miss a critical opportunity.

A Wyoming criminal defense attorney may explain any defense you may have before you act in your case. When you were arrested, were you read your Miranda rights? Was your property searched without a proper warrant? Was your right to speak with an attorney before your were questioned honored?

Even if your Wyoming attorney cannot find a flaw in your case sufficient to get the charges dismissed, he or she may be able to find a flaw that would allow for a lessening of the charges or a lighter sentence. Whatever your case entails, a Wyoming criminal defense attorney may help you understand your options and the consequences of a conviction in your case before you go to court.

A Wyoming Criminal Defense Attorney may Explain the Full Consequences of a Criminal Conviction

You may already know that a criminal conviction can lead to a jail sentence, but do you understand the hidden consequences of a conviction? Conviction for some crimes may require the State of Wyoming to suspend of even revoke your driving privileges. A criminal record may impact your ability to find employment in your field of choice. A criminal history may even affect your chances of being awarded custody of your children in a divorce.

Some employers conduct criminal background checks for certain jobs. A criminal record showing a crime of dishonesty could disqualify you from some jobs which involve handling goods or money. A criminal record indicating crimes of violence or drug and alcohol abuse could impact you negatively in finding employment or a divorce proceeding.

In some cases, losing your driving privileges could affect your chances of being hired or impact visitation with your children. Regaining your driving privileges could require you to purchase costly high-risk auto insurance, pay for drug and alcohol treatment, or take expensive driving classes. A Wyoming criminal defense attorney may explain how a criminal conviction could affect you in the future and how you may be able to minimize your criminal record.

Don’t Wait. Get the Advice You Want Today

Wyoming criminal courts can be frustrating and confusing. A criminal defense attorney can file pleadings on your behalf,  meet deadlines and notice requirements and help to discover evidence that could be critical to your case. Fortunately, you don’t have to handle those things alone. A Wyoming criminal defense attorney may be able to explain how the system works and how to protect your future before you go to court.

Whether you’ve been arrested or just want advice on a pending case, don’t hesitate. Just call us toll free at 877-445-1059 or fill in the free online case evaluation form to schedule a no-obligation consultation today.


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