Evansville Criminal Defense Attorney
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Your worst nightmare has happened: You’ve been arrested and charged with a crime. As frightening as it is to be restrained in handcuffs, thinking of what’s to come in the future is even more daunting. It’s important to remember, though, that you are innocent until proven guilty, and our experienced criminal defense attorney in Evansville, Warren C. Mathies, has 15+ years of experience on his side to help strategizing the optimal defense for your case.
Evansville Criminal Defense Lawyer Warren C. Mathies is a phone call away for a FREE case evaluation. Contact our firm today by reaching out online of calling (812) 359-0149 to schedule your appointment.
Criminal Defense Representation for a Variety of Charges
No matter the situation you find yourself in, our firm can help you with informative legal assistance. The Indiana criminal justice system imposes harsh penalties on those convicted of felony crimes. Depending on the crime(s) you are charged with, as well as your criminal history, and the specific factors of your case, you could be subject to high fines, probation, incarceration, driver’s license suspension, community service, or other penalties. This is not to be taken lightly, as these crimes can come back to haunt you in the future when trying to buy property, take out a loan, seek a professional license, adopt a child, and many other things.
Why Should I Hire Mathies Law?
Our legal team will thoroughly investigate your situation and gather evidence to build your case. We can guide you through the court system with extreme preparedness, and communicate with you to prepare you for a possible trial.
Evidence we collect in the effort to prove your innocence may include:
- Police records
- Medical documentation
- Eyewitness statements
- Photo or video images of the incident
- Other documentation
Contact us today to discuss your situation with Warren C. Mathies.
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