The thought of being charged with a crime is pretty terrifying. If you don’t have any knowledge of the law, have been involved in the criminal justice system in the past, or are unsure what your rights are, the process of being charged with a crime can be even more overwhelming. At The VanNoy Firm, our experienced Troy criminal defense attorneys do everything we can to make the criminal process more easy to comprehend, and to secure the best outcome possible.
Our experienced Troy criminal defense attorneys are skilled negotiators and investigators, critical thinkers, and compassionate human beings – we truly do care about the outcome of your case. When you are charged with a crime, we will do everything possible to help you, including:
While you have the right to choose to represent yourself during a criminal proceeding, doing so is not advised; self-representation could be a costly mistake, resulting in large fees, prison time, probation, and other penalties associated with the crime of which you may be convicted.
We are confident in our ability to defend you against criminal charges, no matter the type of crime of which you have been accused. This includes:
If you have been charged with a crime type that you don’t see listed above, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm and schedule a consultation. Our highly experienced and diverse staff likely has handled a case like yours in the past, and is more than able to provide you with competent representation.
When are you are charged with a crime, you have legal rights. These rights include, but are not limited to:
If you want to learn more about your constitutional rights and how our lawyers can help to protect them, contact us today. We are available to talk now, and will gladly answer any questions that you may have. We work hard for you!
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