Madison County, OH
It’s critical to remember that law enforcement officers and prosecutors are not on your side. They are trained to investigate, interrogate suspects, and “connect the dots” on how and why a crime occurred. However vital the criminal justice system may be, it is not perfect. You may be tempted to try and state your innocence.
Regardless of the circumstances of the arrest, this tactic may lead to self-incrimination and details that can be used against you in court. Use your right to speak with an attorney as soon after the initial arrest as you can.
Madison County Criminal Defense Attorney
Defense attorney Brian Joslyn understands how traumatic and stressful an arrest can be for a person. More importantly, he understands the serious implications of a potential conviction. Joslyn Law Firm, founded by Brian Joslyn, remains dedicated to helping clients fight for their futures. This may mean pursuing a variety of defense strategies to help achieve dismissed charges or minimized penalties.
Joslyn Law Firm works with men, women, and youth charged with criminal offenses in Madison County and throughout Central Ohio. This includes both misdemeanor and felony offenses in the following practice areas:
- Madison County DUI
- Drug Crimes
- Marijuana Offenses
- Violations of Probation
- Domestic Violence Crime in Madison County
- Violent Crimes
- Weapons Charges
- Theft Crime
- Property Crimes
- Madison Juvenile Crimes
- Criminal Record Sealing in Madison
Call (614) 444-1900 to begin discussing your situation with Brian Joslyn. He will help you understand both the charges you face and explain the legal paths available to you. The initial consultation is free and you are under no obligation to hire an attorney. However, it can provide you with vital information and critical insight into this potentially impactful situation.
Madison County Court and Legal Resources
Madison County Common Pleas Court – The county court of common pleas hears criminal cases, civil cases (up to $15,000), small claims, juvenile cases, and family law cases. The Court of Common Pleas is dedicated to the fair interpretation of the law. The court is located at:Madison County Common Pleas Court
1 N. Main Street
P.O. Box 527
London, Ohio 43140-0527
Madison County Prosecuting Attorney – The local prosecuting attorney is responsible for investigating and trying felony criminal cases, tax foreclosure cases, juvenile cases, and domestic violence cases. The Office also provides Victim Witness Advocate services.Madison County Prosecuting Attorney
59 North Main Street
London, Ohio 43140
Madison County Law Enforcement
Madison County Sheriff’s Office – The local Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining and rehabilitating inmates in Madison County jails. Additionally, the Office supports the local court houses by ensuring the peace in the courtrooms. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office maintains a K-9 unit and special operations unit.Law Enforcement/Communication Division
222 Garfield Ave.
London, Ohio 43140
London, OH Police Department – The men and women of the local police department have the responsibility of ensuring the safety of the local community. They are dedicated to carrying out this duty through vigilance, enforcement of the law, and engagement of the community through public service initiatives.City of London Police Department
10 East First Street
London, Ohio 43140
Madison County Incorporated Communities
London, Midway, Mount Sterling, Plain City, South Solon, West Jefferson.
Unincorporated Areas in Madison County
Amity, Antioch, Bethel, Big Plain, Burr Oaks Heights, Chenoweth, Choctaw Lake, Chrisman, Florence, Gillivan, Kiousville, Lafayette, Lilly Chapel, Madison Lake, McClimansville, McKendree, Newport, Plumwood, Range, Resaca, Rosedale, Rupert, Summerford, Tradersville.
Madison County Zip Codes
43029, 43044, 43064, 43119, 43140, 43143, 43146, 43153, 43162, 45368, 45369.
Joslyn Law Firm | Madison County Criminal Defense Lawyer
Brian Joslyn understands, through firsthand experience as the victim of police misconduct, how the law may wrongly or excessively punish a person. His experience working at a Public Defender’s office also helped deepen his perspective of the variety of backgrounds that people charged with alleged criminal offenses come from.
Joslyn Law Firm has become a strong advocate for all of his clients, whether they are facing class C misdemeanor or 1st degree felony offense charges. Contact Joslyn Law Firm today to learn more about your legal options.