Understand Your Constitutional Rights

Advice You Can Trust

Don’t be embarrassed if you (or a loved one) have been charged with a crime. You need to contact an attorney who understands what your constitutional rights are and knows how to protect them at all stages of the adversarial process.

Among your constitutional rights are free speech, privacy, and effective assistance of counsel at trial and direct appeal.  It is wise to consult with an attorney who can evaluate whether or not your rights have been violated and what the most cost effective defense is in your unique case- whether at Arraignment, Pre-trial, Trial or on Appeal.

Contact Martin & Richards today to schedule a criminal defense consultation today, or call our office at 937-324-5000.