Hartford Criminal Defense Attorney
Arrested? Call (844) 913-7747 for a Complimentary Consultation.
Our criminal defense attorneys at Tomeo Sills, LLC represent clients who
have been arrested and charged with a crime in Hartford, CT. If you are
looking at the possibility of a conviction and the penalties that will
result, it is critical to protect yourself, your rights, and your future
by contacting us immediately. Law enforcement officers may try to "be
on your side" and ask you to talk with them in order to obtain evidence
that can later be used against you by prosecutors. Never fall for their bait.
If you have been accused of the following, we can help:
You Could Be Facing Serious Penalties
You can trust our legal team to actually be on your side as we gain an
understanding of the situation and aggressively protect your rights. Whether
through negotiations with the prosecution or in a court of law, count
on us to use the best routes available to help you obtain a satisfactory outcome.
Some of the penalties that you may be facing for a criminal conviction include:
- Incarceration in jail or prison
- Heavy fines
- Court-ordered community service, rehabilitation, classes, and more
- Probationary restrictions
- A permanent mark on your criminal record
- Loss of professional licensing
- Suspension or permanent revocation of your driver's license
Were Your Rights Violated by Law Enforcement Officials? Contact Tomeo Sills, LLC.
Many criminal cases are not as cut-and-dry as they first appear to be.
In fact, law enforcement is very prone to making mistakes and violating
your rights in the course of an investigation and during the arrest procedure
itself. If you believe that your rights have been violated, you may have
legal cause to have your charges significantly reduced or even dropped
altogether. Our Hartford criminal defense lawyers will examine the details
of your case to make this determination and ensure that any mistakes made
by the police are not used against you.
Protect your rights by getting in touch with our Hartford office today.