Criminal Defense Lawyers in Pickaway County’s Juvenile Court, Municipal Court, and Common Pleas Court
If you, your child, or another relative are facing a charge of any magnitude – from a traffic citation to an ordinance violation, misdemeanor, or felony – in Pickaway County, moving forward with a solid defense and experienced legal counsel is key to protecting your rights and your future prospects. Simply putting your faith in the criminal justice system and hoping for the best is ill advised. In fact, the system is stacked against you, and the idea that you are innocent until proven guilty won’t do much to protect your rights if you don’t fight for them. The consequences of a conviction are simply too significant not to move proceed with purpose – and with an experienced Pickaway criminal defense attorney by your side.
If you or your loved one is facing a charge in any of the following categories (or if there’s a warrant out for your arrest), don’t wait to contact Joslyn Law Firm:
● A traffic citation
● An ordinance violation
● A misdemeanor
● A felony
At Joslyn Law Firm, we understand the difficult position you find yourself in, and we are well positioned to help. We are committed to applying our impressive legal might to the exact circumstances of your case in our concerted efforts to obtain a favorable resolution. We have a very close working knowledge of the Pickaway County courts, including the Juvenile Court, the Municipal Court (the Circleville Municipal Court), and the Common Pleas Court. This extends to close working relationships with the judges and court personnel, which can prove to be a distinct advantage for your case. The surest way forward is to work closely with a resourceful criminal defense attorney with a wealth of experience successfully navigating the Pickaway County court system. This includes having a feel for each court’s culture and preferences, rules, regulations, restrictions, and customs – in addition to its judges, personnel, office workers, and staff. It’s a tall order, but Joslyn Law Firm is able to deliver.
At Joslyn Law Firm, we have earned our stellar track record of successfully guiding more than 15,000 criminal cases toward favorable resolutions while consistently being recognized as one of Ohio’s best criminal defense firms. When you come to us with a criminal defense concern, we treat you like family – but without all that pesky judgement. We know firsthand that anyone can face a criminal charge, and we’ve dedicated our careers to providing our most robust defense for every case we take on. Because knowledge is power, we’re here to help educate you about the strengths and challenges of your case, your best options moving forward, our solid defense strategy, and more.
Our lead attorney, Brian Joslyn, is an award-winning criminal defense attorney who has walked in your shoes, and his personal experience informs our commitment to providing your strongest defense. As a young man, Mr. Joslyn experienced police brutality in the course of a traumatizing arrest for which the charges were ultimately dropped. The damage, however, doesn’t necessarily evaporate when one’s charges are dropped, and Mr. Joslyn and the rest of our compassionate legal team understand exactly how difficult – and important – clearing one’s name in the court of public opinion can also be. In other words, we’re on your side from your first phone call to our office all the way to your case’s resolution – and beyond. In fact, we have an impressive array of notable victories backing up this claim.
Mr. Joslyn’s work focuses exclusively on criminal defense, which includes all of the following practice areas (in addition to many others):
- Pickaway County: General Information and Overview
- Pickaway County: Common Criminal Charges
- Pickaway County: Penalties for Criminal Convictions
- Pickaway County: Warrants
- Pickaway County: Hiring Your Criminal Defense Attorney
- Pickaway County: Criminal Defense FAQs
- Pickaway County and Circleville: Law Enforcement
- Pickaway County: Resources
- Pickaway County: In the News
- Pickaway County: Court Locations and Contact Information
The name Pickaway County is a derivative of a Shawnee name. The county seat is Circleville, which takes its name from a massive ancient earthwork circle on the site where the early town was built. The county is about 502 square miles in size and, in 2013, had a population of 56,304. The vast majority of land in Pickaway County is used for agricultural purposes.
While Circleville (population 13,965) isn’t a large town, it’s well represented when it comes to crime statistics, including all of the following:
● Circleville has a crime index of 7, which means it is safer than only 7 percent of other cities.
● Circleville sees 43 violent crimes annually (3.08 out of every 1,000 residents experience a violent crime) and 530 property crimes annually (39.75 out of every 1,000 residents endure a property crime).
● The chance of becoming a victim of a violent crime in Circleville (1 in 325) is a bit higher than it is for the State of Ohio generally (1 in 357).
If you – or your child – is facing criminal charges in Pickaway County, your case will proceed through one of the following courts:
● If the person charged is a juvenile (who is being charged as a juvenile), the case will go to the Pickaway County Juvenile Court.
● If the charge is a traffic citation, an ordinance violation, or a misdemeanor, the case will go to the Circleville Municipal Court.
● If the charge is a felony, the case will go to the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court.
Regardless of the charge, however, having a criminal defense attorney who is well acquainted with the Pickaway County court system on your side can be critical to the outcome of your case.
While there are myriad criminal charges on the books in Ohio, there are certain charges that are more likely to come through the courts.
Circleville Municipal Court
The Circleville Municipal Court is where all ordinance violations, traffic citations, and most misdemeanors are tried. The kinds of charges that commonly land here include:
● Failing to report one’s knowledge of a death, crime, or serious injury
● Failing to come to the aid of a law enforcement officer
● Abandoning an animal
● Failing to control an animal
● Hunting an animal within city limits
● Discharging a weapon within city limits
● Making false reports or alarms
● Violating a noise ordinance
● Creating noxious and offensive fumes
● Creating a landscape and/or weed nuisance
● Obstructing official business or engaging in another kind of obstruction of justice
● Disturbing a lawful meeting
● Operating a charity raffle or bingo game in violation of existing regulations
● Engaging in public gaming, gambling, cheating, and/or violating any other gaming ordinance
While these are relatively minor charges, being convicted of any one of them can have wide-ranging negative consequences, including fines, penalties, and social roadblocks.
Traffic offenses are the category of offense heard most often at the Circleville Municipal Court, and some of the more common charges include:
● Failing to yield to pedestrians
● Failing to yield the right-of-way
● Failing to stop at a red light, stop sign, or other traffic signal
● Violating a tag, sticker, registration, and/or title ordinance
● Following another vehicle too closely
● Making a turn illegally
● Driving the wrong way on a one-way road
● Passing another vehicle illegally
● Driving with headphones on
● Driving with an obstructed view
● Driving at an unsafe speed (that either exceeds the speed limit or that is too fast in relation to the condition of the road)
● Crossing a yellow line
● Crossing a divided highway
● Obstructing an intersection
● Drag racing
● Passing a school bus that’s stopped
While you might not give a traffic ticket too much thought, it’s important to note that the consequences of simply accepting guilt and paying the ticket can negatively affect your future. One important consideration is that these charges lead to points on your driving record that can ultimately lead to license suspension. Before moving forward, you are well advised to consult with a criminal defense attorney who has considerable experience in the Circleville Municipal Court.
Some traffic offenses are so serious they carry misdemeanor charges, including:
● Driving with a Suspended License
● Reckless Driving and Reckless Operation of a Vehicle
DUI: Driving under the Influence
The charges Operating a vehicle under the influence and Driving under the influence (OVI and DUI) are very serious charges that are also quite common. Either charge can lead to steep fines, to the possibility of jail time or probation, to potential loss of one’s driver license, and to serious social consequences (due to the public nature of these court records), including:
● Loss of one’s professional licensure
● Difficulty renting a house or apartment
● Fewer employment opportunities
● Denial of federal student loans and thwarted goals related to higher education
If the charges you face are for an aggravated DUI (aggravated by a mitigating circumstance), you’re likely facing a felony charge, which will be tried at the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court (if the grand jury forwards the case).
Cases involving misdemeanors are also heard at the Circleville Municipal Court. Misdemeanors are classified into the following level of severity:
● First-degree misdemeanors
● Second-degree misdemeanors
● Third-degree misdemeanors
● Fourth-degree misdemeanors
● Minor misdemeanors
Because a conviction can lead to a criminal record, all misdemeanor charges are serious charges, including the so-called minor misdemeanor charge, and you need a dedicated Pickaway County criminal defense attorney in your corner.
First-Degree Misdemeanor Charges
First-degree misdemeanor charges are the most serious category of misdemeanor, and some of the most common cases heard at the Circleville Municipal Court include:
● Assault and Battery – Assault and battery refers to credibly threatening someone else with harmful contact or to actually harming someone else via harmful contact.
● Domestic Violence – Domestic violence refers to violence against one’s spouse, against a family member, or against another member of one’s household.
● Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor – Unlawful sexual conduct with a minor is sometimes called statutory rape, and it refers to having consensual sex with someone who is not old enough to consent. This is one of the few sexually based offenses that usually isn’t classified as a felony.
● Possession of a Controlled Substance – The charge of possession of a controlled substance refers to possessing an illegal drug other than marijuana, which can include narcotics and/or someone else’s prescription medication.
● Marijuana Charges – Marijuana charges refer to the possession of marijuana in an amount that exceeds the legal threshold. If the charge is not your first or if it relates to possession within a specific distance of a school, the charge may be more serious.
● Possession of Drug Paraphernalia or Drug Abuse Instruments – Possessing the tools and instruments that are commonly associated with illegal drugs is also a crime, and such charges are often brought in conjunction with possession charges – making the matter that much more serious.
● Criminal Mischief – Criminal mischief refers to criminal acts like hacking into someone else’s online domain, deploying tear gas or smoke bombs, and more.
● Disorderly Conduct – When someone actively inconveniences, alarms, or otherwise offends the public, the charge is disorderly conduct.
● Resisting Arrest – Resisting arrest refers to avoiding or actively resisting arrest and/or to interfering with the arrest of someone else.
● Criminal Trespass – Criminal trespass refers to entering someone else’s property (or remaining on someone else’s property) without having permission to do so. If there are no additional charges in relation to you being on the property illegally, it can lead to the lesser charge of burglary.
Pickaway County Juvenile Court
Children are typically tried in the Pickaway County Juvenile Court, and the kinds of charges they tend to face include:
● Habitual truancy
● Probation violations
● Disorderly conduct
● Underage alcohol consumption and/or possession
● Underage operation of a vehicle while impaired (OVI)
● Possession of a fake ID and/or use of a fake ID
● Operation of a vehicle without a driver’s license
● Possession, sale, cultivation, or distribution of drugs
● Gross sexual imposition
● Rape and sexual assault
● Domestic assault
When a juvenile faces exceptionally serious charges, he or she can be tried as an adult at the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court, where he or she will proceed exactly as an adult would. Because obtaining a criminal record at such a young age can derail a youth’s entire future, consulting with a dedicated Pickaway County defense attorney is the best path forward. The potential consequences are simply too great not to bring your strongest defense.
Pickaway County Common Pleas Court
Before felony charges can be brought in the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court, the prosecutor must pass the matter through the grand jury process at the Circleville Municipal Court. If the felony charge makes it through the grand jury, it will proceed to the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court. If a felony charge has been levied against you, the first and most important step you should take is hiring a formidable criminal defense attorney. Some of the most common felony charges include:
● Theft and Fraud Charges – Theft and fraud charges refer to stealing something whose value exceeds the legal threshold and/or to obtaining someone else’s money fraudulently. Because it involves the threat of violence (or actual violence), robbery is one of the most serious theft charges.
● Financial Crimes – Financial crimes are often called white collar crimes, and they refer to instances of defrauding someone else for financial gain. Financial crimes include forgery, embezzlement, bribery, and more.
● Weapons and Gun Charges – Weapons and gun charges refer to the illegal possession and/or use of guns, firearms, or other weapons. The seriousness of the charge can be increased if it is in conjunction with another crime.
● Sex Crimes – Sex crimes refer to sexually based charges like sexual assault (including rape), child pornography, and prostitution. Even if you aren’t convicted, simply facing such a charge can have significant consequences.
● Drug Charges – Drug charges relate to the possession of illegal drugs with the intention of distributing, manufacturing, and/or trafficking.
Felony charges are so serious, that you shouldn’t hesitate to contact Joslyn Law Firm at (614) 444-1900. We’re well acquainted with the Pickaway County Court of Common Pleas, and we’re well prepared to build your strongest defense in pursuit of your case’s most beneficial outcome.
If you ultimately plead guilty (under the guidance of a savvy criminal defense attorney) or a jury finds you guilty, it isn’t the end of the story. The judge who sentences you has considerable discretion in the matter (other than the sentence maximums), and your astute criminal defense attorney will skillfully advocate for sentencing that is the least damaging for you personally. The strength of your defense can help minimize your sentence.
Maximum sentencing for misdemeanors include:
● First-Degree Misdemeanor – A first-degree misdemeanor carries a fine of up to $1000 and a sentence of up to six months in jail.
● Second-Degree Misdemeanor – A second-degree misdemeanor carries a fine of up to $750 and a sentence of up to 90 days in jail.
● Third-Degree Misdemeanor – A third-degree misdemeanor carries a fine of up to $500 and a sentence of up to 60 days in jail.
● Fourth-Degree Misdemeanor – A fourth-degree misdemeanor carries a fine of up to $250 and a sentence of up to 30 days in jail.
● Minor Misdemeanor – A minor misdemeanor carries no risk of jail time but comes with a fine of up to $150.
While misdemeanor charges are less serious than felony charges, they are, nevertheless, very serious charges, and a conviction can leave you with jail time and a criminal record. Felony sentencing is even more weighty, and includes the following maximums:
● First-Degree Felony – A first-degree felony conviction carries fines of up to $20,000 and from 3 to 11 years in prison (with potential serious enhancements for repeat violent offenders).
● Second-Degree Felony – A second-degree felony conviction carries a fine of up to $15,000 and from 2 to 8 years in prison (with potential serious enhancements for repeat violent offenders).
● Third-Degree Felony – A third-degree felony conviction carries fines of up to $10,000 and from 9 to 60 months in prison (with potential serious enhancements for repeat violent offenders).
● Fourth-Degree Felony – A fourth-degree felony conviction carries fines of up to $5,000 and from 9 to 18 months in prison.
● Fifth-Degree Felony – A fifth-degree felony carries fines of up to $2,500 and from 6 to 12 months in prison.
The juvenile court’s sentencing is unique to the juvenile court. These sentences tend to be less harsh than adult sentences, but this doesn’t mitigate the seriousness of having a juvenile conviction on one’s record. The following are all sentencing possibilities:
● If convicted, a juvenile can be placed in the custody of the court or can be placed in a care facility specifically for delinquent children.
● If convicted, a juvenile can be placed under house arrest.
● If convicted, a juvenile can be sentenced to community service.
● If convicted, a juvenile can be placed in community control (similar to adult probation).
● If convicted, a juvenile can be required to receive counseling, treatment, and/or monitoring for drug and alcohol dependence.
● If convicted, a juvenile can have his or her driver’s license suspended or can be required to wait longer to obtain a driver’s license.
● If convicted, a juvenile can face a curfew.
● If convicted, a juvenile can face mandatory attendance at school ( and can be monitored for such).
If your child is being charged as an adult, the matter is that much more serious, and his or her case will proceed in exactly the same manner – with the same sentencing parameters – that an adult’s case would.
Diversion Programs in Pickaway County
The Pickaway County Intensive Supervision Probation Unit represents the area’s diversion program, which – when completed successfully – allows a participating defendant who is facing an eligible charge to sidestep a criminal record. If you’re offered a diversion program, completing the program successfully will negate the need for a conviction and sentencing by the court. Diversion programs have much to recommend them, including:
● You can avoid a conviction and corresponding sentence.
● You can avoid a criminal record.
● You can avoid the social stigma associated with a criminal conviction.
To qualify for a Pickaway County diversion program, all of the following must apply:
● You are willing to admit your guilt in the matter (but will not actually plead guilty).
● If you had been convicted of the charge, it would have been your first.
● The charge you’re facing is for a nonviolent crime that isn’t sexually based.
While a diversion program can be a great opportunity, this isn’t always true. Before you accept the offer of a diversion program, you’re well advised to consult with a resourceful criminal defense attorney who knows the ins and outs of both your case and the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court. Every criminal charge is unique, and there isn’t a universal best path forward, which is exactly why you need a dedicated criminal defense attorney who takes a nuanced, individualized approach to every case he or she takes on.
There are also juvenile diversion programs available in Pickaway County, and the qualifying factors are very similar to those for adults. Those juveniles who are most likely to qualify have suffered hardships like the following in their young lives.
● Alcohol and/or chemical dependency
Juvenile programs generally focus on treatment for chemical dependency and/or mental health counseling.
If you happen to know there is a warrant out for your arrest – or you have reason to believe there might be – denial is not going to get you very far. Warrants are typically issued via one of the following two options:
● A police officer – or another officer of the court – has enough reason to believe (probable cause) that you committed a crime, and as result, he or she petitions a judge for an arrest warrant in your name. If a warrant is obtained, it can be implemented to arrest you at home, on the job, or during the course of a chance encounter with the law (such as at a routine traffic stop).
● If you have a scheduled court appearance for which you fail to show up, the judge can issue a bench warrant, which can be applied in exactly the same ways as the warrant above.
Addressing the issue of a warrant as soon as you become aware of it is paramount, and an experienced criminal defense attorney who is well versed in the Pickaway County criminal justice system will skillfully guide you through your best steps forward. Your attorney may be able to negotiate a recall of your warrant, but barring that, he or she will advise you regarding turning yourself in while controlling the circumstances – in an effort to mitigate the negative consequences you experience.
If a charge has been levied against you or your child in Pickaway County, hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney should be the first order of business. While you may be unsure about how to get there from here, let the following be your guide:
● Retaining a dedicated criminal defense attorney who has considerable experience in the Pickaway County court system is the single most important step you can take to bolster your defense and protect your rights.
● It is easier than you likely realize to incriminate yourself after being charged, which is exactly why you should take the tried and true you have the right to remain silent to heart – and should look to your astute criminal defense attorney to speak on your behalf.
● Remaining silent on the matter is a good game plan even if you believe you are guilty exactly as charged. The fact of the matter is that charges often exceed the alleged crime in question, and there is absolutely no reason to make the prosecutor’s job easier for him or her.
● If you’re concerned about how you’re going to afford a criminal defense attorney, that’s understandable, but it’s important to recognize that the legal costs you pay upfront can save you money and hardship in the long run. Bringing your most fulsome defense can help you bypass serious fines and penalties that can include jail time – in addition to the harsh social consequences.
Moving forward without an accomplished criminal defense attorney in your corner leaves you far more vulnerable to a negative outcome. Without a clear defense strategy, you can do little more than hope for the best. Your criminal defense attorney will assess the strengths and challenges inherent to your case and will move forward with building a defense strategy from there. In fact, your criminal defense attorney will skillfully navigate all of the following important legal tasks (as applicable):
● Determining whether the prosecution’s charge is credible and whether the evidence against you was legally obtained
● Examining all the evidence in the case for legitimacy and admissibility
● Pursuing exculpatory evidence (evidence that is on your side)
● Investigating any extenuating circumstances that could influence your case
● Protecting your constitutional rights throughout the legal process and leveraging any breaches to your advantage
● Proactively negotiating a beneficial plea bargain with the prosecution
● Applying the full scope of his or her legal prowess in advocacy of your case’s most positive resolution
A dedicated criminal defense attorney with close working relationships within the Pickaway County court system can make an immense difference in the outcome of your case, and you owe it to yourself and to your future to avail yourself of every advantage possible.
Where will my case be heard?
If you or your child is facing a charge in Pickaway County, the following apply:
● If your child is being charged as a juvenile, his or her case will be heard at the Pickaway County Juvenile Court.
● If you are facing a traffic citation, an ordinance violation, or a misdemeanor charge, your case will be heard at the Circleville Municipal Court.
● If you are facing a felony charge, your case will be heard at the Pickaway County Common Pleas Court (if it makes its way through the grand jury at the Circleville Municipal Court).
Why do juveniles have their own court?
Children are very young, very vulnerable, and are far more susceptible to outside influence. Further, if they have a rough home life that contributes to the charges they face in the first place, it’s difficult to judge them as being completely responsible. As such, juvenile court focuses more on rehabilitation and less on detention whenever possible. When the crime a juvenile is alleged to have committed is very serious, he or she may be tried as an adult – and his or her case will proceed just as an adult’s would.
Should I hire an attorney for my child?
If your child is facing a criminal charge, you should hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent him or her. Your child’s future is far too important not to pursue your best legal option.
Does my child face the possibility of jail?
If your child is being tried as a juvenile, he or she won’t go to jail if convicted. The juvenile court’s focus is on rehabilitation rather than detention, but your child could face time in a detention center or a Department of Youth Services facility, which are the juvenile equivalent of jail. If your child is being charged as an adult, however, he or she will face the very same consequences that an adult would, which can include jail time.
How do I look someone up in the Pickaway County jail system?
If you’re looking for someone whom you believe may be in the Pickaway County jail system, you can look him or her up at the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office: Booking Search, which also provides information about visitation. A savvy criminal defense attorney who is well acquainted with the Pickaway County court system, however, is likely better positioned to find out important information about this inmate than you are, and he or she may be able to offer valuable legal counsel.
Should I post my family member’s bail?
If someone you care about is in jail, your first instinct may be to post his or her bail immediately, but this may or may not be in your loved one’s best interests. In fact, a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer can help you make an informed decision designed to help support your family member. Sometimes, a criminal defense lawyer’s skilled efforts can achieve a reduction in bail – or the elimination of the need for bail altogether – at the bail hearing, and this can be immensely beneficial.
What should I do if I suspect there is a warrant out for my arrest?
If you’re concerned that there may be a warrant out for your arrest, it’s time to address the matter head on by consulting with an accomplished Pickaway County criminal defense attorney. If your attorney is unable to clear the warrant through the court, he or she will advise you on your next best steps. Turning yourself in – and mitigating the damage – is likely to be a better option than waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Should I plead guilty?
Regardless of the charge you are facing and regardless of how guilty you may think you are, you shouldn’t plead guilty before you’ve consulted with an experienced criminal defense attorney who is up to speed with your case. The fact is that charges are often trumped up, and once you plead guilty, you forfeit your ability to negotiate with the prosecution. The consequences of a conviction are simply too high not to bring the most vigorous defense possible.
The following contact information can be extremely helpful if you or someone you care about is facing a criminal charge in Pickaway County:
Robert B. Radcliff, Sheriff
P.O. Box 100
600 Island Road.
Circleville, Ohio 43113
The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining the local jail system, for rehabilitating the inmates therein, for providing special operations support for search and rescue, for supporting the SWAT team, and for serving specific court summons and notifications.
Shawn G. Baer, Chief
151 E. Franklin St.
Circleville, Ohio 43113
The Circleville Police Department’s focus is protecting and serving the community by providing timely responses, proactive patrols, and extensive community outreach.
Pickaway County has extensive resources available – whether you’re facing criminal charges, want to get to know the community better, are experiencing hardship and need assistance, and much more. The following contact information can help:
● Pickaway County Clerk of Courts – Here, you’ll find a good launching pad for more information regarding the Pickaway County criminal justice system.
● Pickaway County Prosecutor’s Office – The Pickaway County Prosecutor’s Office is responsible for prosecuting all criminal cases in the County.
● Welcome to Pickaway County – Find out more about Pickaway County here.
● Map of Pickaway County – Here, you’ll find a detailed map of Pickaway County.
● Circleville Crime Rates – Learn more about crime statistics in Circleville.
● Pickaway County Law Library – Turn to the law library to learn more about Ohio’s laws at the local and state level.
● Pickaway County Auditor – The auditor serves as both the tax assessor and the fiscal officer for Pickaway County.
● Pickaway County Job & Family Services – If you are facing questions or concerns about child support, childcare, healthcare, and/or employment services, begin your enquiries here.
● Pickaway County Chamber of Commerce – The Chamber promotes business opportunities and community programs and services throughout the county.
● The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) – RAINN offers support and resources at the national level for victims of sexual abuse (regardless of age).
Noteworthy news in Pickaway County includes:
● In October, a four-vehicle traffic accident near Evolution Ag left one dead – and more injured – in Pickaway County.
● Recently, a man with connections to a Circleville outreach ministry to the homeless was accused of using the ministry to scout for rape victims.
If you or a loved one are facing a court date, have questions, or need more information, this contact information can help you find what you need:
Pickaway County Courthouse
207 South Court Street
General and Domestic Relations Division
Pickaway County Courthouse
207 South Court Street
Circleville, Ohio 43113
The Pickaway County Common Pleas Court is charged with interpreting the law in specific civil and criminal cases that include criminal misdemeanor or felony cases, civil charges of up to $15,000, family law cases, and small claims charges.
We pride ourselves on faithfully serving Central Ohio, including all of the following incorporated communities – and more besides – in Pickaway County:
This is in addition to serving the following unincorporated areas in Pickaway County:
● Crownover Mill
● East Ringgold
● Five Points
● Grange Hall
● Jefferson Estates
● Knollwood Village
● Little Chicago
● Little Walnut
● Logan Elm Village
● Saint Paul
Further, we extend our legal services to all of the following Ohio zip codes:
Seek Professional Legal Counsel from an Experienced Pickaway Criminal Defense Attorney Today
If you or your child faces a charge of any kind, you owe it to yourself and to your future to bring your strongest defense. The fact is that a conviction – even on an ordinance violation or a traffic citation – can mar your record and leave you facing surprisingly negative consequences. And things only get progressively more serious from here.
When you have an experienced criminal defense attorney who is exceptionally familiar with the Pickaway County court system on your side, you do yourself and your case a favor. The impressively experienced and dedicated criminal defense attorneys at Joslyn Law Firm have stellar reputations throughout the Pickaway County courts and are well regarded for their unwavering commitment to their clients’ rights and to their just case resolutions. We take great pride in our ability to zealously protect the legal rights of clients like you.
If you or someone you love is facing charges – of any magnitude – in Pickaway County, we’re here to help. To learn more, please don’t hesitate to contact or call Brian Joslyn – an Ohio criminal defense attorney who dedicates his practice to skillfully fighting for the rights of clients like you – at (614) 444-1900 today.