The justice systems in Portage and Summit County are tough and unforgiving. They are designed to make it nearly impossible to represent yourself without botching your case. The complexities are just as overwhelming for inexperienced lawyers.
Since the consequences of a criminal conviction can impact numerous aspects of your life, it is wise to look into hiring the best criminal defense lawyer possible.
"You've Been Arrested" is a comprehensive 181-page guide to just about every aspect of criminal law that you would want to know.
Find out now what happens at every stage, from arrest to resolution.
Being charged with a crime is a frightening experience, whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony charge.
Most people charged with a criminal offense usually have no real understanding of criminal law and the justice system. Often they feel hopeless and just want to “get it over with”. Consequently, they don’t consult with a criminal defense lawyer to evaluate their options.
In reality, very few criminal cases are open-and-shut. A savvy criminal defense attorney will be alert to the many options available to help you avoid the harsh consequences of a criminal conviction.
The first court appearance (arraignment) in a criminal case takes place before you know it, leaving little time for obtaining legal advice from a qualified criminal defense attorney.
Acting fast is crucial. You need to take action now.
We have designed our website to serve as a legal resource center for information on criminal defense. We encourage you to browse through it and contact our firm with any legal questions you have concerning criminal charges in Portage and Summit County courts.
We have put together a series of video clips and free booklets designed to provide you with vital information on a wide range of topics on criminal defense issues. Some of these resources are especially helpful if you are in a situation where you can’t reach a criminal lawyer and need immediate answers.
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We realize how important it is for you to have confidence in your lawyer’s legal knowledge and trial skills. Contact us now to schedule a free consultation with Attorney Weisenburger regarding your criminal case in Portage County or Summit County, OH.
We realize how important it is for you to have confidence in your lawyer’s legal knowledge and trial skills. Attorney Weisenburger’s expertise in criminal law spans over thirty five years. He has handled nearly every type of case, including:
Contact Attorney Weisenburger and his team now at 330-296-8000 for a quote and a free consultation.
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The attorneys in our law firm primarily service Portage County courts (Ravenna and Kent), and Summit County courts (Akron, Stow, Barberton). Cases in all other courts in North East Ohio, such as Cuyahoga County courts, are handled under specific terms and conditions.