Being arrested and learning you have been charged with a crime can be one of the most stressful and even terrifying experiences of your life. You may not realize all of your rights or know where to turn for help. You are likely worried about having a possible conviction on your record, facing serious consequences including imprisonment, or being wrongfully convicted of a crime you did not commit. No matter what your personal circumstances may be, you should know that our team of skilled Dayton criminal defense lawyers is here to help you.
At The VanNoy Firm, we are committed to ensuring that your rights are fully protected as you are arrested and face criminal charges. The criminal justice process can be complex and intimidating and we will be with you every step of the way. If you would like more information about how we can assist in your case, call our office for free today.
All criminal convictions come with some type of penalty. Even if you face a fine and a short period of probation, the conviction can follow you around and affect your life in many ways. However, many charges can result in harsh consequences, including hefty fines and loss of your freedom. Some examples of criminal penalties in Ohio include:
In addition to the above court-ordered penalties, a criminal conviction can impact your professional and educational opportunities, your social relationships, where you live, and more.
We understand that the consequences for a criminal conviction can be severe, so our goal when we defend against criminal charges is to minimize the penalties as much as possible in every case. There are many ways to do this and many steps in our process, including the following and more:
The skilled criminal defense attorneys at The VanNoy Firm tailor our defense strategies carefully for each individual case so that you receive the most personalized and effective representation possible. Please contact us for more information today.
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