Kentucky Defense Lawyers
Fighting on behalf of Kentuckians from Hazard to Louisville, from Lexington to Bowling Green. Winning the best possible outcomes for cases.
All citizens are guaranteed certain rights by our Constitution. Included in these rights are provisions for those accused of crimes. For example, all citizens are innocent until proven guilty – in other words, it is the burden of the state to prove that you committed the crime you’ve been charged with. You also have the right to a fair trial and due process of law.
Even with laws designed to protect citizens and ensure that they are treated fairly, many Kentuckians still encounter flaws in our criminal justice system. It is the job of a criminal defense attorney to make sure that your rights are protected and that you get a fair trial.
How We Can Help
Dan Carman and Attorneys are a network of experienced criminal defense attorneys across Kentucky who are ready to provide you with a skilled, aggressive legal defense. No matter what part of the state you live in, our attorneys are ready to help you or your loved one in your time of need.
Regardless of the charges against you, our Kentucky criminal defense attorneys are here for you. Here are just a few examples of how we can help:
The Role of a Criminal Defense Attorney
A skilled defense attorney looks at every angle in your case to make sure that you have the best possible defense. This includes looking at the circumstances surrounding your arrest to look for any violations of your rights, consulting with expert witnesses, deposing any helpful witnesses and investigating ways to lessen the charges against you.
An aggressive defense is key to the outcome of your case. Our attorneys will be fierce advocates for you, pursuing every avenue to make sure you are given proper treatment.
Don’t Hesitate to Contact Us
The earlier you can contact an attorney, the better the chances of your case being successful. An attorney will be beneficial in all stages of the process, beginning from the moment you face a charge.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges in Kentucky, we are here to help. Dan Carman has served in the United States Marine Corps as defense counsel, prosecutor, legal assistance attorney, and in-house counsel for an infantry battalion. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
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