Defending Clients Against Criminal Accusations
Being accused of a crime is one of the toughest challenges one can encounter. It's particularly difficult to go through this situation when you know that you are innocent of the accusations against you. Fortunately, an experienced criminal defense attorney can help you protect your rights and freedom when facing criminal charges.
If you're facing criminal charges, Island Law Office, PC, LLO has experienced criminal defense lawyers in Cheyenne who can provide legal advice and services to help you fight your charges. Our founding attorney, Bell Island, is also an experienced trial attorney. We’ve helped many previous clients with various criminal charges secure better outcomes. While no specific outcome can be guaranteed, our experienced legal team can help you reach a favorable resolution to your legal situation.
Contact us at (308) 270-6010 today to request a consultation and learn more about how we can assist you.
We Can Fight Your Criminal Charges
If you have been charged with a crime, Island Law Office, PC, LLO may be able to help. We offer legal assistance and advice to protect your rights and freedom, and we can address many different misdemeanors and felonies.
Criminal charges we commonly help our clients defend against include the following:
- Domestic Violence Offenses
- Drug Possession, Distribution, Manufacture, and Trafficking
- DUI/DWI Offenses
- Sexual Assault
- Public Intoxication
- Weapons Offenses
If you see the charges against you listed above, reach out to our experienced Cheyenne, NE, criminal defense attorneys for assistance. If not, don't worry! Our legal team has the experience and ability to handle various criminal accusations. Contact us to discover how we can help.
If I Am Arrested, What Do I Do?
If the police arrest you, remember to exercise your constitutional rights to remain silent and have an attorney present during questioning. The police can’t force you to give up these rights, and you can’t face consequences for using them.
You have the right to remain silent, which means you don't have to answer any police questions that could be used as evidence against you. You are only required to provide your biographical information such as your name and address. Avoid giving any information about your location, activities, or thoughts as it could be used to convict you, even if you are innocent. Remember to always exercise your right to remain silent.
If you get taken into police custody, remember to assert your right to have a lawyer with you right away. This should prompt the police to stop asking you questions until you have legal representation. Working with an attorney can help you avoid saying anything that may incriminate you or provide evidence of a crime you didn't have a part in.
Do You Need Help with Criminal Defense?
If are currently facing criminal charges, you need immediate legal representation. Island Law Office, PC, LLO can help you build a legal defense against criminal allegations to safeguard your rights and freedom.
Contact our criminal defense lawyers in Cheyenne online now to request a consultation.