Criminal Defense in Cincinnati, Ohio

The experience of being arrested or placed under investigation for a criminal offense can be a frightening and disorienting experience. A conviction can not only result in direct consequences like fines and possible incarceration, but a criminal record can also have collateral consequences that last a lifetime. 

If you or your loved one have been arrested in Ohio, it is important to contact the experienced criminal defense attorney at Joslyn Law Firm in Cincinnati, Ohio. We aggressively fight felony and misdemeanor charges to find errors made by law enforcement officers, a lack of evidence to support the charges, and mitigating circumstances that can lead to your charges being significantly reduced or dismissed outright.

Our office is open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday. We welcome your call at (513) 399-6289 to discuss your case today.

Aggressive Representation at Joslyn Law Firm

The attorneys at Joslyn Law Firm relentlessly defend our clients charged with felony crimes, misdmeanor crimes and violation of probation cases. We work tirelessly to defend your rights and achieve the most favorable possible outcome in your case.

We represent clients on in Hamilton County in both Municipal and Common Pleas courts as well as in the numerous Mayor’s Courts of different Villages, Townships and Cities throughout the Greater Cincinnati area.

We can review your case and discuss your legal options when you call (513) 399-6289 to schedule a free, confidential consultation.

Experienced OVI / DUI Defense in Cincinnati, OH

An arrest for drunk driving has profound implications for the alleged offender. But you should not assume that you are presumed guilty until proven innocent. No matter what evidence you think the prosecutor has, the skilled Cincinnati OVI defense lawyers at Joslyn Law Firm can fight the charges. We investigate each aspect of the case to find errors in required procedure, problems with the chemical test results, and violations of constitutional rights.

Brian Joslyn is a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-certified instructor in the administration of standardized field sobriety tests. He has also been certified in the operation, diagnostic, verification, and calibration of the BAC Datamaster Breath Alcohol Testing Instruments manufactured by National Patent Analytical Systems, Inc. His special training and wealth of knowledge in OVI defense has helped him defend hundreds of clients all over Ohio against Operating a Vehicle Impaired (OVI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI), or Driving While Impaired (DWI) drunk driving charges.

Defending Clients Against All Criminal Charges

Joslyn Law Firm represents clients throughout Cincinnati against much more than drunk driving charges. We also handle cases involving such allegations as violent crimes, drug charges, marijuana charges, theft / property crimes, financial crimes, domestic violence, firearm / weapon charges, sex offenses and violation of probation.

Our firm defends clients who are first time offenders as well as those who have previous convictions or may be dealing with an alleged violation of probation. We can also help seal or expunge your record if you have successfully completed the terms of your probation.

Finding Criminal Defense Attorneys in Cincinnati, Ohio

Brian Joslyn is committed to helping citizens throughout Ohio obtain justice. His years of experience in defending clients around Cincinnati have included people accused of drunk driving, violent crimes, and other charges. Joslyn Law Firm is dedicated to investigating every aspect of your case and presenting a formidable challenge for prosecutors.

We understand the tremendous stress that an arrest or criminal investigation has on an alleged offender, and that is why our attorneys work closely with clients and maintain open communication so every question is answered and every concern is addressed. The expirienced Criminal Defense attorneys at Joslyn Law Firm are on call 24/7. Give us a call today at (513) 399-6289 to let us review your case during a free, no obligation legal consultation.

This article was last updated on Wednesday, April 27, 2016.