When a family member has been arrested, or you have run afoul of law enforcement, count on the Fairfield County criminal defense attorneys at Volman Law to provide affordable, high quality legal services delivered with compassion and understanding for the difficulty you are facing.
Contact Fairfield County criminal defense attorneys at Volman Law by e-mail or call (203) 929-7771.
Our Connecticut attorneys provide criminal defense services for young people facing criminal charges in juvenile court for:
- Assault, or assault and battery
- Underage drinking
- Driving offenses, including driving without a license and joyriding
- Truancy, possession of a weapon in school, or other school problems
- Lower-level drug charges such as possession of marijuana or cocaine
When possible, we work to get charges dismissed or reduced so the young person stays out of the criminal justice system. If a sentence seems unavoidable, we negotiate for an alternative sentence that provides an opportunity for the young person to get the help he or she needs to make better choices in the future. That can include drug or alcohol treatment, community service, or anger management counseling.
Volman Law handles all types of driving offenses, from reckless driving to failure to pay tickets and fines. Our attorneys represent many people every year who have been charged with drunk driving in Fairfield County and New Haven County.
Drunk driving is a costly and serious charge. The impact of losing your driver’s license can have a ripple effect in every area of your life—contributing to job difficulties or job loss, marital strife, even bankruptcy. It is important to seek an aggressive defense even if this is a first offense DUI.
Don’t get a DUI conviction on your record if you can avoid it. Seek legal help. Contact a Volman Law DUI defense attorney or call (203) 929-7771. We will represent you at the administrative hearing as well as in court.
Connecticut domestic violence law protects women and men from physical and psychological battering from a spouse, parent, child or boyfriend/girlfriend. If you are looking for a way out of an abusive relationship, contact a Connecticut domestic violence attorney at Volman Law for help obtaining a restraining order (also called an order for protection). This is the first step toward safety. We’re here to help you take that step today. Call (203) 929-7771.
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