When Your Freedom Is On The Line, Our Lawyer Is There For You
Facing criminal charges is scary and confusing. We know that a criminal conviction can have far-reaching and lifelong consequences. Not knowing what to expect or the fear of severe punishment makes some people eager to speak with the police, consent to searches, confess or plead guilty without understanding the full impact of their actions. We have proved to be unrelenting to assure that all our clients’ rights are protected. An experienced lawyer who can develop a solid defense strategy for you may mean a reduced sentence or even dropped charges. We are prepared to zealously defend our clients and protect their rights at every stage of the criminal process, from the investigative stage through the pretrial, trial and appeal stages.
Protecting The Rights Of Individuals Charged With Crimes
At the law firm of Miele & Rymsza, P.C., we represent those who have been charged with virtually every kind of misdemeanor or felony criminal offenses. We realize that any criminal charge is serious. Whatever your charge, we can help you. Mr. Rymsza aggressively defends people charged in state and federal court with:
- Crimes against property, including burglary, fraud and embezzlement
- Drug offenses, including possession of a controlled substance and intent to sell or distribute/drug trafficking
- Alcohol-related offenses that include drunk driving, DUI/DWI, minor in possession and public intoxication
- Computer crimes and pornography
- Other violent crimes, including assault, arson and robbery
- White collar offenses
- Traffic violations
- Post-conviction proceedings/habeas corpus
- Homicide/murder, including death penalty cases
Defending Clients Under Age 18
Our firm understands that juveniles make mistakes. We understand the sensitive nature of being legally punished as adults for something they did at a young age.
If your child has been charged with a crime, we will work to ensure he or she is tried as a juvenile. We work tirelessly to lessen your child’s sentence, reduce the punishment to probation and/or have the charge expunged from your child’s record when he or she turns 18.