If you have been arrested for a felony or misdemeanor crime in the state of Indiana, it’s imperative that you speak to an aggressive criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. A conviction for a crime doesn’t just mean jail time and expensive fines — it can become a serious barrier to future employment, relationships, gun ownership and even voting. Regardless of the severity of the charge, call Dillman, Chastain, Byrd, LLC immediately to discuss your options. The sooner you speak with us, the better your chances of avoiding the serious consequences associated with a criminal conviction.
Do NOT Issue a Statement
If you are arrested, it is critical that you exercise your right to speak with a lawyer before making a statement. By talking with us first, we can protect your constitutional rights and ensure that you have a clear understanding of the charges and their implications. We offer a safe and confidential opportunity for you to talk with a knowledgeable and dedicated criminal defense attorney.
At Dillman, Chastain, Byrd, LLC, we are proficient at handling all kinds of felony or misdemeanor criminal defense cases, including those involving:
- Drug Crimes
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Domestic Violence Charges
- Weapons Crimes
- White Collar Crimes
- Federal Crimes
Protecting Your Constitutional Rights
It may not even be necessary to have to refute the accusations against you in court if they are illegal to begin with. If a law enforcement officer violated your constitutional rights during the course of your arrest by searching your person or vehicle illegally, an experienced criminal defense lawyer can have your charges thrown out. Even when we can’t beat a case or get it dismissed, we can often have a client’s charges substantially reduced and minimize the consequences of a conviction. We have a reputation not only for being aggressive on behalf of our clients, but also for making ourselves available to them at all times — 24 hours a day, 365 days a year — to answer questions, offer advice or simply listen.
We know how frightening it can be to be charged with a criminal offense, and we take great pride in safeguarding the rights of Indiana residents who have been charged with crimes.