Criminal Defense Lawyers Ready To Fight For Your Rights And Freedom
Most people know that they need an attorney after they’ve been arrested, but few realize that often the most important time to hire an attorney is before they’re arrested. We’re all familiar with our “right to remain silent,” but one might be surprised how few people remember to exercise that right when the police “ask” you to come down to the police station to “straighten things out” or “tell your side of the story.” The police must advise you of your Miranda rights, and you should exercise them.
There are few things scarier than being accused of a crime. The police typically keep you in the dark, and often, you don’t even know what you’ve been accused of until you’re hauled from your home to be brought before the judge. Most people have never been accused of such a thing before, and they don’t know what to expect.
If you are facing criminal charges, you need a skilled and competent attorney on your side right away. Choose us, the Troy and Albany criminal defense attorneys at Frost & Kavanaugh.
Choose The Right Attorney
So how do you choose the attorney who can best protect you? There are three things you should look for in a criminal defense attorney: Experience, understanding and affordability.
At Frost & Kavanaugh, we are widely experienced in the full gamut of criminal charges, from traffic infractions all the way to murder. We have successfully gone to trial on many different types of felonies, including:
We are also well-versed in misdemeanor matters such as harassment, simple assault and all traffic matters. Aside from handling thousands of cases, attorney Arthur Frost has also represented someone featured on “America’s Most Wanted,” where he took the matter to trial and got all charges dismissed.
Understanding Your Situation
We well know that there are always collateral effects for anyone charged with a crime. Many people have families that will be affected by accusations against them. Maybe that means you’re a wage earner who’s in jail and your family can’t pay their bills. Maybe that means you lost your license and can’t bring children to school or elderly parents to doctor appointments. Maybe you’re just scared. We understand that.
We also understand that often the person accused of the crime is incarcerated and can’t come to our offices, so if that’s your situation, we will come to see you at the jail. On top of that, we realize that arrests don’t always happen during business hours, which is why we have an emergency feature on our telephone answering system. You can always reach our criminal defense attorneys – day or night – when an emergency occurs.
Contact Us To Find Help Today
When facing criminal charges, you don’t have any time to waste. When you contact Frost & Kavanaugh, we can get started on your defense immediately. To learn more, call us at 518-629-0230 or fill out our online contact form.