Drug charges? Assault? DUI?

If you partied a little too hardy and were charged with a crime, we are here to help.

If you have been charged with a crime, it is important to retain an attorney as early as possible in your case to get the best results. We take special care with our misdemeanor and felony cases to make sure you get the best possible results. We will communicate with you about your case to be sure that you understand the process and the possible implications in your case. We will take the time to sit down and listen to you about your case to be sure that your unique needs are met as best as possible throughout the criminal process.

Felony and Misdemeanor Cases: 

Are old convictions or dismissed charges holding you back from moving forward in your career, obtaining housing, or even getting a second date? Expungement can help you wipe your record clean. Also, a new expungement law recently came into effect, allowing eligible offenders to expunge one misdemeanor and one felony or two misdemeanors. Connie Gadell-Newton is very familiar with the new expungement law. Let her take care of your expungement case so you can move on with your life.

We can also help with criminal appeals, post-conviction relief petitions, judicial release motions, and habeas corpus cases.

Got Warrants? You may not have to go to jail. 

If you have a warrant out for your arrest, it is important that you deal with it on your own terms. The last thing you want is to be pulled over on a routine traffic stop, only to be arrested and put in jail until a family member or friend can come bail you out. This kind of unplanned arrest can interfere with your ability to work, take care of your children or pets, or meet other obligations. Connie Gadell-Newton can help you turn yourself in so as to have the least impact on your life. In some cases, she may be able to get the warrant lifted so you will not even have to spend a single night in jail. 

Our Fees: 

The fee for a criminal case varies based on the level of the charge and the difficulty of the case. We charge a flat fee on our criminal cases, so you will never be surprised by an hourly rate. In order to make sure we can move forward and do our best job on your case, we require payment up front. We accept cash, check, money orders and credit cards. Please contact us for more information or to set up an appointment.

Call us today at (614) 307-9783. We will fight for your right to party.

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