An unfortunate, life-changing event just happened to you. You have come into contact with a law enforcement officer, and you were arrested for an alleged crime. You are angry. You are confused. You are embarrassed.

It is understandable that you are angry. You could be angry at the officer, especially if you feel they treated you wrongly. You could be angry with your friends, because maybe hanging out with them this one last time has put you in the wrong place at the wrong time. You could be angry at yourself. How could this have happened to you?

It is reasonable that you are confused. What happens next? You have heard so many stories, and so much contradicting advice. Who do you go to? What do you do? Is the cop really going to cut you a break like he said he would? When does the next thing happen, and how much time do you have to act?

It is possible that you are embarrassed. How do you tell your family, your kids, and your work? You wish this never happened, and you want this to go away. But it is not going to go away on its own. Hiding will not make it end and will only make the situation worse.

Life can present difficult situations and decisions for you and your family. We are familiar with the questions that are going through your head. We understand that you are not the first person that has these questions, and you are certainly are not the first person we have helped with the answering of these questions. We understand how stressful and confusing these circumstances can be and would like to help you find your way through this situation with the best outcome.

The situation could be as serious as a Federal Crime or a Greene County homicide, an unfortunate drinking and driving situation that requires a DWI attorney or as minor as a Springfield Municipal speeding ticket. Each type of case has unique issues and consequences. Every person that walks through our door has different reason to be frustrated, angry or scared. And every person that walks through our door needs an ally. We want to be your ally.