Delaware County, OH
After an arrest for an alleged crime, people are understandably confused and worried about their future. Will this affect my employment? Can I afford to spend time in jail? How will my family take this? All of these questions are valid concerns as a criminal conviction may carry penalties and unintended consequences. A knowledgeable criminal defense attorney can help you understand your situation and fight to ensure the best possible outcome for your future.
Delaware County Criminal Defense Attorney
Criminal defense attorney Brian Joslyn is a fierce advocate for men, women, and youth charged with criminal offenses. He represents clients from every walk of life who face misdemeanor or felony charges. However diverse his client base may be, they remain united in their desire to clear their names or minimize any fallout. Brian Joslyn fights hard to help make their goals into a reality using pro-active and aggressive defense strategies.
Joslyn Law Firm focuses on criminal defense, including the following practice areas:
- Delaware County DUI
- Drug Charges
- Marijuana Offenses
- Violation of Probation
- Domestic Violence
- Violent Crimes
- Weapons Charges
Call (614) 444-1900 to begin exploring your legal options with Joslyn Law Firm. Brian Joslyn understands that every case is unique, even if the charges that two clients face may be identical. His attention-to-detail and practical, open communication help reveal even the smallest details that can strengthen cases. Every client receives his utmost attention, regardless of the charges they face.
Delaware County Court and Legal Resources
Delaware County Court of Common Pleas – Unlike the judicial court system, the county Court of Common Pleas interprets the law in relatively minor matters. This includes class B and class C misdemeanor offenses, small claims, infractions, and violations. The court also handles many juvenile and domestic law matters.Delaware County Courthouse & Government Center
201 West Front Street
Media, PA 19063
Delaware County Prosecuting Attorney – The County Attorney is responsible for investigating and prosecuting felony crimes. The goal of the County Attorney’s Office is to reduce the amount of violent offenders on the streets through careful investigation and fair interpretations of the law. The Office also works with victims of domestic violence and juvenile offenders.140 North Sandusky St., 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 8006
Delaware, OH 43015
Delaware County Law Enforcement
Delaware County Sheriff’s Office – The County Sheriff’s Office is largely responsible for maintaining the county’s jail system, maintaining peace in courtrooms, and conducting sales of seized property.Administration, Detective Division, Public Records
149 N. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
(740) 833-2810 Jail Division
844 US 42 N
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Delaware Police Department – Dedicated to maintaining the peace within the community and minimizing crime, the Delaware Police Department protects roughly 35,000 residents.Delaware Police Department
70 N Union Street
Delaware, OH 43015
Delaware County Incorporated Communities
Ashley, Delaware, Galena, Ostrander, Powell, Shawnee Hills, Sunbury.
Unincorporated Areas in Delaware County
Africa, Bellepoint, Berkshire, Center Village, Cheshire, Condit, East Liberty, Fairview Corners, Gregory, Harlem, Hyatts, Jones, Kilbourne, Klondike, Leonardsburg, Lewis Center, Lybrand, Mackstown, North Condit, Norton, Olive Green, Orange, Paget, Radnor, Rathbone, Robertsburg, Rome, Sandy Hill, Scioto, Scioto Village, South Condit, Stark Corners, Stratford, Troyton, Victory Camp, Warrensburg, West Berlin, White Sulphur.
Delaware County Zip Codes
43003, 43011, 43013, 43015, 43016, 43017, 43021, 43031, 43035, 43040, 43061, 43064, 43065, 43066, 43074, 43081, 43082, 43235, 43240, 43334, 43342, 43344, 43356.
Joslyn Law Firm | Delaware County Criminal Defense Lawyer
An arrest for a criminal offense is never something to take lightly, whether it’s for a misdemeanor or felony offense. Since a conviction may block many future opportunities in employment, housing, and licensing, it’s important to make sure that you are doing everything possible to protect your future. This includes speaking with a knowledgeable Ohio criminal defense attorney.
Call (614) 444-1900 to discuss your legal options with Brian Joslyn during a free consultation.