Columbus, Ohio Criminal and DUI Defense Attorneys
Other Offices: Cincinnati (OH) Dayton (OH)
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Law Firm OverviewJoslyn Law Firm is dedicated to fighting for the rights of men, women, and youth facing criminal charges in Columbus, Ohio. This criminal defense firm was founded by Brian Joslyn with the mission of providing clients with determined, knowledgeable, and compassionate representation.
The Columbus-based law firm focuses exclusively on criminal misdemeanor and felony offense cases. This includes several practice areas, such OVI (operating vehicle under the influence), domestic violence, drug charges, marijuana charges, probation violation, and other offenses. Clients also seek out Joslyn Law Firm for dedicated representation in administrative matters, from license revocation hearings to criminal records sealing.
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a criminal offense, it's vital to understand your legal options. Even if the charges appear minor, admitting any guilt can open the doors to a conviction and criminal record. The police officer is legally bound to inform you of your right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. Be sure to exercise both rights.
Brian Joslyn will personally help you understand both the charges you face and begin building a solid defense strategy. Your initial consultation is free and no-obligation. With so much at stake, be sure that you're doing everything you can to secure a free and bright future after an arrest.
Year this Office was Established: 2011
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Traffic Violations; Reckless Operation / Reckless Driving; Driving with a Suspended License; Leaving the Scene / Hit and Run; Vehicular Traffic Stops; Vehicular Assault; Texting While Driving; Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence (OVI); Willful or Wanton Operation of a Vehicle; Street Racing; Vehicular Homicide; Vehicular Manslaughter; Marijuana Charges; Early Termination of Probation; Violent Crimes; Kidnapping; Abduction; Aggravated Assault; Felonious Assault; Involuntary Manslaughter; Voluntary Manslaughter; Gun / Firearm Charges; Property Crimes; Breaking and Entering; Criminal Trespass; Criminal Mischief; Vandalism; Aggravated Arson; Aggravated Robbery; Aggravated Burglary; Criminal Record Sealing; Out of State Offenders; Bail and Bonds; Violations of Probation (VOP); Arrest Warrants / Bench Warrants; First-Time Arrest; Extradition.
Areas of Law Description
Joslyn Law Firm provides legal representation and services in the following areas of practice:
- Traffic Crimes
Common criminal traffic offenses in Ohio can include: Operating a Vehicle under the Influence (OVI); willful or wanton operation of a vehicle; driving under suspension of a license; street racing; failure to stop after accident/hit and run; leaving the scene; vehicular homicide; aggravated vehicular homicide; vehicular manslaughter; and, failure to comply with police order/fleeing and eluding.
- Drunk Driving/Operating Vehicle under the Influence
Contact the Joslyn Law Firm today for a consultation about your drinking and driving offense in Columbus, Ohio. The facts of each case are different, so it is important to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to find possible defenses or mitigating factors to have your charges reduced or even dismissed.
- Drug Crimes
A few commonly charged drug offenses in Ohio are: possession of a controlled substance; felony drug possession; possession of drug paraphernalia; drug manufacturing; trafficking in drugs; possession with intent to distribute; drug conspiracy; deception to obtain; doctor shopping; and, illegal prescription possession.
- Marijuana Charges
Brian Joslyn cares about the potentially devastating effects that a marijuana arrest and/or charge can have on your life, and wants not only to educate you about the consequences, but also help you to seek out every possible solution to your situation.
- Domestic Violence
Domestic violence allegations can arise from almost anything. It is important to hire an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help you avoid any serious repercussions that may arise from your domestic violence charge in Columbus, Ohio. Brian Joslyn of the Joslyn Law Firm will make every effort to help you avoid harsh punishments for your alleged offense.
- White Collar Crimes
Some of the most common white collar offenses in Ohio include: forgery; identity fraud; embezzlement; tax evasion; extortion; engaging in corrupt activity; insurance fraud; medicaid fraud; and, computer offenses. If you have been charged with a white collar crime in the Columbus, Ohio area, contact the Joslyn Law Firm.
- Violent Crimes
If you have been charged with a violent crime in Columbus, Ohio, contact the Joslyn Law Firm. Brian Joslyn will make every effort to help you avoid harsh punishments and find mitigating factors or defenses to have your charges reduced or dismissed.
- Sex Crimes
If you have been charged with a sex crime in the Columbus, Ohio area, contact the Joslyn Law Firm to discuss the facts of your particular situation. Brian Joslyn of the Joslyn Law Firm is an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney who will make every effort to help you avoid harsh penalties and severe consequences.
Mr. Brian Joslyn
Arson, Assault, Battery, Bribery, Burglary
Mr. Ryan Shafer
Arson, Assault, Battery, Bribery, Burglary
- NORML Legal Committee
- Central Ohio Association For Justice
- National Police Accountability Project
- Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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