If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, it can be a terrifying time. There may be confusion and certainly concern over what happens next, and what a conviction could mean for the long term. Depending on the severity of the charges, it can be a lengthy and rough road ahead. Even if the charges are for a misdemeanor, it is important to retain a Dayton criminal defense attorney to help.
A skilled criminal defense attorney can work to help get the charges reduced or even dismissed in some cases. Getting the charges reduced can be the difference between prison time and probation in some in instances.
At Comunale Law Office, we represent clients in a variety of different types of criminal matters. Unfortunately, even the most law-abiding citizens can suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of the law, facing criminal charges for something they may or may not have ever done. You may be falsely accused, may have been defending yourself, or were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Our criminal defense attorneys strive to provide the best representation possible and will aggressively defend you or your loved ones to help ensure the best possible outcome. Some of the types of criminal cases we represent include:
The possible penalties for your crime will vary based on the charges brought against you. Crimes are categorized into two main categories. Under Ohio Revised Code Title 29, these are:
Even being convicted of a misdemeanor can be a serious matter and have long-term legal consequences. A criminal record can impact your ability to get certain jobs, get approved for an apartment or home rental, get accepted into a school, or even get a loan.
If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime, contact the Comunale Law Firm at today to schedule a consultation.
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