Defending You Against Serious Criminal Charges In Warren And Butler County
Any criminal conviction carries a stigma. If you are convicted of a felony, prospective employers, landlords, and academic institutions will all be able to see that you were once in serious trouble with the law. This will greatly reduce your employment opportunities, living arrangements, and educational options. When faced with these dire circumstances, an experienced Oxford felony defense lawyer can protect your freedom and your reputation.
Free Consultation With An Attorney: 513-932-2115
If you are facing serious criminal charges, the lawyers at Rittgers & Rittgers offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and your options. Our offices in Cincinnati, Lebanon and Oxford are ready to help clients in Oxford County, Butler County, and Mason.
We can review your charges at no cost.
Examples of felony offenses our lawyers defend include:
- Felony DUI/OVI and other motor vehicle-related felonies
- Sex crimes, such as rape and sexual assault
- Drug offenses, including drug trafficking and felony drug possession
- Felony weapons charges
- Murder charges
We Understand The Prosecution
Our team includes a former Butler County prosecutor and magistrate, as well as other leaders in the field of criminal defense. We understand how the state builds and prosecutes cases. This unique knowledge enables us to develop strong and wholly compelling criminal defenses.
Is A Defense Available?
There are two sides to every story. Our criminal defense lawyers will make sure that your version of the story comes out. However, you should never attempt to explain your side of the story to police, as you could end up giving police information that will harm your case.
University Of Miami Code Violations
Criminal charges are code violations for students at Miami University. Even if you are not convicted of the charges, you will face a hearing before the Office of Student Conflict Resolution. For more information about this hearing, see Miami University Discipline and Code Violations.