Aggressive Delaware, Ohio Criminal Law Defense Lawyer
Efficient use of time and resources by a competent criminal defense attorney in Delaware
Defending yourself on criminal charges requires intimate understanding of the criminal justice system, careful investigation of the facts, effective motion practice, persistent negotiation and a strong trial presentation. Dedicated to excellence in all of these areas, Attorney Robert Owens can defend you on the following charges:
OMVI, DUI, and DWI are interchangeable terms for “impaired” driving or what is more commonly known as “drunk driving” but can also mean under the influence of drugs. The current acronym for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is OVI which stands for operating a vehicle impaired. This field of defense requires a highly technical approach and skilled cross examination of the state’s witnesses. We have experience successfully using expert witnesses in a number of different fields and in so doing we can overcome what is commonly thought of as “slam dunk” evidence for the state by showing the hidden limitations of the State’s evidence, thereby demonstrating the existence of reasonable doubt.
Possessing, trafficking, distributing, or manufacturing illegal drugs violates both federal law and state laws. Conviction of a drug offense can result in a wide range of potential criminal and administrative consequences, including probation, prison, property forfeiture and court-ordered drug treatment participation.
Violent crimes are those in which the offender uses or threatens to use violent force upon a victim either as the objective or means to an end. These crimes include felony and misdemeanor assault, domestic violence, rape, homicide and robbery.
Weapons charges are those involving the unlawful possession of a weapon such as using weapons while intoxicated and carrying a concealed weapon without a license.
White Collar Crimes
White Collar crimes are non-violent crimes with financial motivation committed for unlawful monetary gain such as Embezzlement, Theft, Fraud and Forgery.
Juvenile crimes are those in which the participant is a minor.
Set up a free consultation with a Delaware, Ohio criminal defense attorney today
When you’re facing fines, imprisonment or worse, rely on a strong legal advocate for your defense. At the Owens Law Office, we take our role as your defender seriously. To schedule your free initial consultation with an attorney who treats you with dignity, call 740.513.3292 or contact us online.