- Joslyn Law Firm
- Fairfield County
Fairfield County, OH
The American criminal justice system is not perfect. It is entirely possible to accidently give inaccurate or conflicting information to the law enforcement officers, especially when traumatized by arrest. Regardless of the circumstances of the alleged crime, it's important to make sure that you exercise your right to speak with an attorney. Experienced guidance through this critical time can help you safeguard your future.
Fairfield County Criminal Defense Attorney
Joslyn Law Firm represents men, women, and youth in Central Ohio who are facing criminal charges. Regardless of the crime that the individual is charged with, clients receive the highest levels of attention from an experienced defense attorney. Given his own experience as a victim of police misconduct, Brian Joslyn understands the deep anxiety that people face after arrest. This is why he remains dedicated to aggressively defending is clients, whether they are charge with class C misdemeanors or 1st degree felony offenses.
Brian Joslyn focuses his law firm's practice on criminal defense, including:
- Fairfield County DUI
- Drug Charges
- Marijuana Defense
- Probation Violation in Fairfield County
- Domestic Violence
- Violent Crimes
- Fairfield County Juvenile Arrest
- Fairfield County Criminal Record Sealing
Call (614) 444-1900 to learn more information about your legal options. Brian Joslyn will personally address your concerns as he explains the charges that you face. Based on the information that you provide, he can help determine the best course of action for him to take. You are under no obligation to form an attorney/client relationship after the consultation, but it is in your best interests to understand all of your legal options and exercise your right to speak with an attorney.
Fairfield County Court and Legal Resources
Fairfield County Common Pleas Court – The local Common Pleas Court interprets the law in a wide variety of criminal and civil cases. This includes criminal felonies and misdemeanors, as well as complex civil litigation. The courthouse is located at:224 East Main Street
Lancaster Ohio, 43130
Fairfield County Law Enforcement
City of Lancaster, OH Police Department – The local Police Department strives to provide the highest quality diligence, response, and protection to the community. The Lancaster Police Department is largely responsible for enforcing the law, patrolling the community, and initiating public safety programs. The police department is located at:130 South Broad Street
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Fairfield County Sheriff's Office – The County Sheriff is dedicated to safeguarding the community. The Office is responsible for the maintenance of the County Jail system, including the rehabilitation of its inmates. Additionally, the Fairfield County Sheriff's Office serves court orders, safeguards courtrooms, assisting with search and rescue, and a number of other duties.Fairfield County Sheriff's Office
221 East Main Street, Lancaster
Fairfield County Incorporated Communities
Amanda, Baltimore, Bremen, Canal Winchester, Carroll, Lancaster, Lithopolis, Millersport, Pickerington, Pleasant Hill, Pleasantville, Rushville, Stoutsville, Sugar Grove, Thurston, West Rushville.
Unincorporated Areas in Fairfield County
Beals, Blue Valley Acres, Cedar Hill, Clearport, Colfax, Delmont, Drinkle, Dumontville, East Millersport, Fairfield Beach, Geneva, Greencastle, Hamburg, Harley, Havensport, Hooker, Horns Mill, Jefferson, Lakeside, Lockville, Lockville Station, New Salem, New Strasburg, North Berne, Oakland, Oakthorpe, Pleasant Hill, Revenge, Rock Mill, Royalton, Shell Beach, Slough, Stoudertown, Swartz Mill, Wacker Heights, Whites.
Fairfield County Zip Codes
43046, 43062, 43068, 43076, 43102, 43103, 43105, 43107, 43110, 43112, 43113, 43130, 43136, 43147, 43148, 43150, 43154, 43155.
Joslyn Law Firm | Fairfield County Criminal Defense Lawyer
A conviction for a criminal offense can have potentially disastrous implications on your life, especially with the widespread use of background checks for employment and housing. You shouldn't gamble with your future prospects. Call (614) 444-1900 to take the important first steps to building an aggressive and proactive defense strategy.