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Fairborn Criminal Defense Lawyers

Fairborn Criminal Defense Lawyers

Icon for our Xenia criminal defense attorneys at the VanNoy Firm When you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in Fairborn, your future livelihood and your reputation are at stake. If you are convicted, you could be facing jail time, hefty fines, damaged relationships, loss of your job and future employment opportunities, and additional negative consequences. This can be the result whether your conviction is for a misdemeanor or a felony. Do not take even minor criminal charges lightly. If you are charged with a crime in Ohio, reach out to an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney who can help.

The right Fairborn criminal defense lawyers can help you fight the charges and work to prevent them from becoming a conviction. Contact the VanNoy Firm today to schedule an initial consultation and learn how our team of criminal defense attorneys can assist.

What Types of Cases do We Handle?

Criminal conduct in Ohio involves both acts and omissions that are considered to be outside the scope of acceptable behavior in society. For these acts, the law will punish the offender with consequences that are considered to be of similar weight. The law is also there to protect you from being wrongfully convicted due to false allegations and overzealous law enforcement practices.

Criminal charges may fall under misdemeanor or felony categories. At the VanNoy Firm, we represent clients for both misdemeanors and felony charges. Some types of cases we handle include, but are not limited to, the following: 

Consequences of a Criminal Conviction in Fairborn, Ohio

Even a misdemeanor conviction can follow you around for years to come — even for the rest of your life in some cases. Penalties handed down during sentence are immediate, and can include:

  • Fines and court costs
  • Restitution
  • Probation
  • Mandatory substance abuse treatment
  • Driver’s license suspension or revocation
  • Jail or prison
  • Parole
  • Death penalty

Even in cases in which you are lucky enough to receive probation, a fine, and court costs, the long-term consequences are just beginning. Aside from your reputation taking a hit, you may lose your job and potential employment opportunities in the future, educational opportunities and financial aid, denial for housing rentals, and more. Your personal relationships may suffer, and you may have problems with custody or visitation rights if you have children.

Contact Fairborn Criminal Defense Lawyers Today

If you are charged with a crime in or around Fairborn, do not leave your future to chance. Reduce the risk of a criminal conviction and long-term consequences by hiring experienced Fairborn criminal defense lawyers. Contact the VanNoy Firm today to learn more about how we can help.

Why Do People Choose Us?

Because We Win!

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