If you or a loved one have been accused of committing a crime–whether a misdemeanor or a felony–you have certain constitutional protections. One of those protections is the right to speak with an attorney, which you’ll want to do immediately. An emotional situation like this can be overwhelming, but at the Law Office of Mark H. Cibula, we bring our extensive experience in Anderson criminal law into every case.
As a third-generation attorney, Mark Cibula has successfully defended a number of criminal law cases and has secured dropped or reduced charges for his clients. Whether you maintain innocence or guilt, it is in your best interests to invoke your right to remain silent until you’ve consulted with a criminal defense lawyer. This is to avoid incriminating yourself. In American law, you are innocent until proven guilty and the prosecution must prove that there is no reasonable doubt of your guilt. As your legal defense, we’ll guide you through your best defense strategy if you do go to court.
Be reassured that retaining a criminal defense attorney does not automatically incriminate you. It is a normal part of the legal process. At your initial consultation, we’ll let you know what fees and expenses you can expect. Additionally, we’ll offer you more personal and specialized representation than a public defender would be able to. Once you choose to retain us, we’ll do all within our power to eliminate or reduce your sentence. We have experience in all aspects of criminal law, such as investigations, sentencing, appeals, and plea bargains.
We know your freedom is at stake. At the Law Office of Mark H. Cibula, we’ll do our best to defend your rights and freedom. Contact us today to bring a seasoned team of experts in Anderson criminal law to your side.