Experienced Misdemeanor Defense Lawyers In North Royalton, Ohio

There is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. Even a misdemeanor conviction can result in jail time and a permanent criminal record that will affect you in employment and other areas of your life.

At the law office of Kirner & Boldt Co., L.P.A., our lawyers represent people who face criminal charges in municipal courts and mayor's courts in Cuyahoga County and northeast Ohio. Clients turn to us during a difficult time in their life, and we take this trust seriously.

Our law office has been located in the Cleveland suburb of North Royalton since 1989. We are active leaders in the local and legal communities and are knowledgeable of the area courts and court procedures. Let us help you protect your rights and provide you with guidance from the start of your case to its final resolution.

We represent clients who face a wide range of criminal charges, including:

Intelligent Review Of Your Case

Our lawyers will closely review the charges and the events leading up to your arrest. We conduct a thorough investigation, looking for mistakes in police procedure and other issues that we may use to leverage a dismissal or not guilty verdict as we build your case. For instance:

  • Was there probable cause for your arrest?
  • Was there a valid reason for the search of your car, home or person that led to the arrest?

We are experienced defense lawyers and will take the time to get to know you and your unique situation. We want to provide a compelling picture of you before prosecutors or judges that lets them know there is more to the story than just the moment of your arrest.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today

Learn how our Ohio law firm can help defend you against drug charges, assault, driving while under suspension, speeding or OVI by calling to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney: 440-884-4300. To contact us through email, please complete the brief form.

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