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Criminal Law

Criminal Law

We will vigorously defend your freedom.

Criminal charges may be classified as either felonies or misdemeanors. A prosecution can occur in either a state or federal court. Dworken & Bernstein’s criminal law department is highly experienced in both felony and misdemeanor charges in state and federal courts. The experience ranges from such charges as homicides, including capital cases, sex offenses, computer-related crimes, theft offenses, robbery and burglary offenses, firearms offenses, drug offenses, including federal conspiracy charges, allegations of RICO violations, OVI/DUI and many others, in state and federal courts. There is no substitute for this kind of experience in your attorney if you are charged with a crime.

If you are charged with a crime, you will need someone experienced who will fight for you. Contact one of our attorneys below.

All Criminal Law Attorneys

Amanda Condon
Daniel Williams
Jerome M. Emoff, Of Counsel

Frequently Asked Questions Answered by Daniel Williams

What is an OVI/DUI?

What is physical control?

I only took my prescribed medications. Can I still be charged with OVI?

What are field sobriety tests?

I think I passed the field sobriety test. Why was I charged with OVI?

I took the breath test. Is it still possible to fight my OVI?

I have not been convicted yet, so why is my license suspended?

If my license is suspended, will I be able to get any kind of driving privileges?

I have a commercial driver's license. What are the consequences and when can I drive again?

I was arrested at an OVI checkpoint. Is that legal?

Frequently Asked Questions Answered by Amanda Condon

Can a DUI conviction ever be removed from my record?

What happens at my first court appearance?

What is a pre-trial?

Do I have to talk to the police?

What is a bond?

What is a preliminary hearing?

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