Know Your Rights When You Face Criminal Charges
Ohio police have a serious duty to protect and serve. Unfortunately, they can be overzealous when performing that duty. If the police have charged you with a minor offense, you need legal protection. No one should face criminal charges alone, no matter what level of offense. Your future is on the line, so turn to an attorney you can trust to look out for your best interests.
At Gina M. McNea Co., L.P.A., founding attorney Gina M. McNea cares about the outcome of every client’s case. She will always take the time to explain the law and your options, so you can make informed decisions about your case. Her background as a social worker helped her develop relationships with many people in the Ohio justice system, and she knows how to work with them to create positive outcomes for her clients.
Even Minor Charges Can Affect Your Life
Criminal charges can affect all aspects of your life, even if they are minor. Whether or not you spend time in jail, you could face many other consequences, such as fines and court fees, problems with employment, housing and education, and possibly losing your driver’s license. Gina M. McNea Co., L.P.A., takes these charges seriously. We handle many minor charges, including:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Traffic violations
- Drug possession
As a social worker, Gina M. McNea saw that many people did not understand the law or their legal rights, and their lack of knowledge hurt them in the courtroom. She set out to change that by educating one client at a time. We take the time necessary to make sure you stay informed throughout the process, and she will fight to protect your legal rights and your future.