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So much is at stake in your criminal case: possible jail time, substantial fines, a criminal record, separation from your family, injury to your reputation and harm to your job prospects, even loss of student loans and driving privileges.
You can reverse the odds against you by telling your side of the story to an experienced criminal defense attorney.
We also handle expungement cases, criminal appeals, and judicial release motions.
At Staton, Fisher & Conboy L.L.P. in Dayton, our lawyers have successfully defended Ohio's wrongly accused for more than 35 years.
We carefully examine every detail of your arrest. We look for any sign of illegal search and seizure, and any violation of your rights.
Our criminal defense work is well-known throughout the state. Our trial preparation is thorough. Our ability to connect with judges and juries can help you. We handle both adult and juvenile cases throughout the State of Ohio.
Don't wait to select the right attorney while prosecutors build a credible case against you. Protect your rights by contacting Staton, Fisher & Conboy for a free consultation.
You can e-mail or fax us. We respond promptly to all messages.
You should speak with us immediately if there are charges against you such as:
Our lawyers push for lighter alternative punishments, in the event of a guilty verdict, including intervention in lieu of conviction (ILC).
Your first consultation is free — at your home, office, hospital room, police station or jail cell. Flexible payment plans for our legal services are available on request.
The Huber Heights drug crimes attorneys at Staton, Fisher & Conboy are as close as your phone.
We serve criminal defendants in Miami Valley cities such as Dayton, Huber Heights, Springfield, Miamisburg, Centerville, Xenia, Beavercreek, Fairborn, Greenville, Troy, Tipp City, Vandalia, Springboro, Kettering, and Lebanon.