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An arrest for an alleged crime can be an incredibly confusing and anxiety-inducing situation. Your first instinct may be to convince the law enforcement officer of your innocence. Stop. Under law, you are required to hear your Miranda rights: the right to remain silent and the right to speak with an attorney.
It is in your best interests to take advantage of both to avoid giving give wrong or conflicting details, which can be used against you in the court of law. Before you give an official statement or speak with a prosecutor, carefully consider all of your legal options.
Joslyn Law Firm is dedicated to defending the futures and lives of people charged with criminal offenses in Ohio. Regardless of the severity of the charges, whether it's a misdemeanor or felony, clients receive the utmost attention. Founded by Ohio criminal defense attorney Brian Joslyn, Joslyn Law Firm works with men, women, and youth from all walks of life.
Brian Joslyn focuses exclusively on criminal defense. His firm's practice areas include:
Contacting a criminal defense attorney as early in the process is extremely beneficial. This allows your attorney to collect time-sensitive information, witness testimony, and assess investigation procedure followed by police investigations or the prosecution. Call Joslyn Law Firm today at (614) 444-1900 to begin building a strong defense for your future.
Ohio is a state filled with deep history and rich traditions. It is home to the nation's finest colleges, sports teams, and libraries. Joslyn Law Firm is proud to continue serving the residents of this fine state, including those in the following counties:
Supreme Court of Ohio and Ohio Judicial System – The Ohio Supreme Court is responsible for interpreting the law in federal criminal and civil cases. On a local level, the Ohio Judicial System handles criminal, civil, family law, and other cases not addressed by the Supreme Court. A full list of contact information can be found on the official website. The central administrative office is located at:65 South Front Street
Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services and Traffic Safety – This state Office is responsible for improving the effectiveness of the criminal justice system. Through investigations, taskforces, data collection, policy changes, and improvements in technology, the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services has taken many steps in refining the mechanics of the state's criminal justice system.
Ohio Attorney General's Office – The state Attorney General investigates and prosecutes criminal and civil cases. The Office maintains several divisions, each with its own responsibilities over certain matters. This also includes consumer law and resources for the public.Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine
"Digest of Motor Vehicle Laws" – The Ohio Department of Public Safety has compiled a list of the state's laws regarding motor vehicles. This includes everything from seatbelt laws to drunk driving laws.
Ohio State Highway Patrol – The State Highway Patrol are responsible for ensuring the continued safety of the public in a variety of ways. The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) is largely responsible for maintaining safe highways throughout the state by enforcing state traffic laws. Additionally, the OSHP initiates public safety initiatives to reduce the amount of dangerous drivers, drunk driving accidents, and other unlawful actions.Ohio State Highway Patrol
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony offense, it's critical that you exercise your right to speak with an attorney. Not only can this help provide you peace of mind, it can also help prevent chances of self-incrimination and weakening your defense, regardless of the circumstances of the alleged crime.
With what you stand to potentially lose, shouldn't you ensure that you are mounting an aggressive and strategic defense? Call (614) 444-1900 to begin exploring your legal options.