At times law enforcement may be overzealous in the crimes they charge, often over charging or falsely charging the accused. Our attorneys take great pride in representing people in criminal proceedings. Personal liberties are at the heart of what makes the United States a great nation, and our firm is here to help fortify those rights.
Types of Cases
Our skilled attorneys handle a wide array of criminal issues including petty offenses, misdemeanors and felonies. Here are a few of the types of cases we handle:
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Possession of drugs and/or paraphernalia
- Domestic violence
- Record expungements
Know Your Rights
Come talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer today. We offer a free half-hour consultation to help you get started with your defense. This consultation is confidential.
If you are charged with a crime. Do not trust that law enforcement has your best interests in mind – in most instances, they don’t. Please note, when you are talking with law enforcement, anything you say or do, WILL BE HELD AGAINST YOU in a court of law.
Invoke your right to remain silent and your right to an attorney by stating to law enforcement, “I am invoking my right to be silent and I NEED to talk to my attorney.”
Please note, if you invoke your right to be silent and then voluntarily say something to the police afterwards, those statements may be held against you. It is best practice to not talk to anyone about your case until you talk to an attorney.
Expungement is the term used to get a criminal record sealed or removed from public record. Having a criminal record makes finding a job, renting an apartment or applying to schools more difficult. As information has become easier to access, the consequences of a criminal record have grown. While expungements are only allowed in certain circumstances, if you qualify, it can make a tremendous difference in your quality of life.
Contact Zubrod Law Office, P. C. to schedule a consultation to see if any of your criminal records can be expunged.