Strong Criminal Defense Representation
Ohio Criminal Defense Attorneys
Being accused of or charged with a crime is no small matter. Even when the charges are unfounded, they can have a serious and negative impact on your life. If you are arrested or charged with a crime, you are entitled to legal representation. Choose an attorney who will fight for you.
Fox & Fox Co. L.P.A. will provide the legal support you and your family need to protect your rights, your property, your future and your freedom. Our attorneys can advise and represent you in any interactions with law enforcement. We will see you through every step of the legal process from the initial interview to representing you in an appeal if necessary. The highly skilled and qualified attorneys at Fox & Fox will provide an honest assessment of your situation and guide you in an attempt to minimize or avoid the outcome of a guilty verdict.
Extensive Criminal Defense Representation
Our attorneys are ready to represent you in most criminal matters (before and after conviction), including:
- Defense against numerous types of criminal charges
- Proceedings in state court or federal court
- Protecting the rights and futures of juvenile defendants
- Drug crimes, including possession, sales and trafficking
- Criminal appeals and motions for post-conviction relief
- Fighting back against violations of your Fourth Amendment rights
- Hearings for alleged probation violations
Expungement And Sealing Of Criminal Records In Ohio
Criminal convictions can have a far-reaching and negative impact on your life long after the crime was committed. These days, many employers conduct criminal background checks as part of routine hiring practices. Criminal convictions may also impact your ability to be awarded custody of your children, prevent you from obtaining certifications and even limit your ability to travel.
Fortunately, Ohio law allows for the expungement of convictions or sealing of certain records. Expungement is a process in which the record of a criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed after a certain time has passed. Once a case is expunged, it is deemed to never have occurred. Ohio Senate Bill (S.B.) 337 recently expanded this opportunity for many Ohioans. This can apply to both adult and juvenile offenses. The attorneys of Fox & Fox can review your case to help determine if you are eligible to have your record expunged or sealed. To find out if you are eligible, schedule a free consultation today.