Good people can make mistakes and get caught up in the criminal justice system. Those who are arrested or charged with a crime often feel stressed or overwhelmed. A criminal arrest does not mean that you will be convicted.
If you are suspected or accused of a crime, even if charges have not been filed, you have rights. You have the right to an attorney; you have the right to remain silent, which means you are not obligated to cooperate with law enforcement officials or provide any statements; and you have the right to be free from searches and seizures, meaning you do not have to consent to any searches of your property.
The attorneys at Hutzelman & Harmon have experience representing individuals accused of crimes at every stage of the process, including preliminary hearings, formal arraignments, pretrial motions and criminal trials. We have defended those accused of crimes including assault crimes, theft crimes, fraud crimes, sex crimes, burglary, robbery and homicides.