Criminal Defense Lawyer
You’ve Been Charged With A Crime
Being charged with a crime is a terrifying moment in your life. You may feel like the whole world is against you. Even the name of the case says the entire State of Ohio or even the United States Government is lined up against you. These cases are not John Doe v. Jane Doe; they are The United States v. YOU!
Because it’s the local, state, or federal government against you, it’s important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney in your corner that has been in big battles. This fight is the government against you, and it’s extremely difficult to win that fight alone. You’re going to face prosecutors, the police, their investigators, detectives, crime labs, and all the resources they have at their disposal.
Criminal Cases We Handle:
- Sex Crimes – Soliciting Sex with a Minor, Internet Sex Sting, Rape, Sexual Battery
- Drug Crimes – Grow House, Trafficking, Possession, Sale, Distribution
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI) – DUI Manslaughter, DUI Serious Bodily Injury
- White Collar Crimes – Bank, Mail, Wire Fraud, Mortgage Fraud, Grand Theft
- Crimes of Violence – Murder, Manslaughter, Battery, Assault, Aggravated Battery
- Weapons Charges – Armed Robbery, Possession of Firearm by Felon
- Juvenile Crimes – Felony, Misdemeanor, Diversion Programs
- Violation of Probation – Community Control, Drug Test, Employment, Restraining Order
Having This Criminal Defense Lawyer On Your Side Makes a Difference
Criminal Attorney Sean Buchanan practices criminal law In our Akron, Canton, and Cleveland, Ohio Offices. He has a history of delivering great results for his clients who have faced criminal charges for things like OVI, DUI, drugs, domestic violence, and various white-collar crimes.
From pretrial case dismissals to not guilty verdicts and appellate reversals, Attorney Sean Buchanan’s hard work and dedication to his clients make a major difference in their lives and their futures.
He has represented clients at all levels, from the Municipal Court to the Federal Courts. He is licensed to practice in all Ohio State Courts, The Federal Court for the Northern District of Ohio, and the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Before entering private practice, Attorney Sean Buchanan served as District Counsel to Congressman Tim Ryan. He handled substantial national and international importance, from shepherding legislation through Congress to negotiating with the White House and foreign governments.
When your reputation, your freedom, and your life is on the line, having an experienced, aggressive, and well-respected criminal defense attorney on your side makes all the difference. That attorney is Sean Buchanan.
Please contact us for a free consultation with Sean to discuss your case by calling 1-888-534-4850, chatting with one of our 24-hour live chat representatives, or sending a website message. We are available to speak with you at all times, including after normal office hours, weekends, and holidays.
The Cost of Criminal Charges
How much will this cost? It’s one of the first questions people ask when they’ve been charged with a crime. The straight answer is it will cost a lot when you consider missing work, court costs, fines, damage to your reputation, and the impact on what you will be able to do and earn in the future.
When it comes to the cost of hiring an attorney to defend you, it may seem expensive at first. However, the cost of not having an experienced criminal law attorney on your side fighting for you will most likely be much higher.
When you’re charged with a crime and convicted, you will be facing significant monetary fines, increased insurance costs, and lost income both now and in the future because of your criminal record.
Considering what’s at stake and the impact on your life, hiring a criminal defense attorney can be one of the best investments you can make to minimize the huge potential negative consequences you face when charged with a crime.
The Public Defender
The next question is why I should hire a private criminal defense attorney if I can get the public defender for free?
First of all, public defenders are often not free. You may be ordered to pay the costs of the public defender to the county as part of your court costs.
Second, the public defender may not be a good fit for you. Many public defenders are fantastic attorneys. However, your view of the case and theirs may not match. They may not have the aggressive attitude you’re looking for in a lawyer. When you hire Attorney Sean Buchanan, you will have the trust and confidence you want in a lawyer.
How Do I Pay For This?
The final question people typically ask is, how can I pay for this? We offer a variety of options, including cash, checks, credit cards, and payment plans. Whatever type of payment, you can take comfort and have confidence knowing that we are dedicated to you and are determined to see your case through to the end. We will be the ones fighting aggressively for you, arguing emphatically in your defense, and standing next to you when the final verdict is read. We do not take cases to hound you for small payments and then dump the case later if you can’t keep paying us. That’s not the way we operate.
Positive Outcomes In Criminal Cases verdict in criminal law case Attorney Sean Buchanan has helped clients with all types of criminal charges, including cases involving OVI, DUI, drugs, domestic violence, and a variety of white-collar crimes.
Below are just a few examples of the actual criminal cases where he has defended his clients and helped them protect their future by getting the criminal charges substantially reduced or dismissed entirely.
- In a case filed against his client by the City of Medina, Ohio, Attorney Buchanan got the case dismissed the day of the trial due to the pretrial motions that he filed and the facts of the case.
- In a case filed against his client by the State of Ohio, Attorney Buchanan had serious felony charges carrying a 6-year prison sentence amended to a traffic ticket on the second day of the trial.
- In a case filed against his client by the City of Akron, Ohio, Attorney Buchanan got the case involving various misdemeanor charges dismissed on the day of the trial.
- In an OVI case filed against his client by the State of Ohio, the jury found Attorney Buchanan’s client “Not Guilty.”
The First Step Is Free
If you have been charged with a crime and live in the Akron, Canton, or Cleveland, Ohio area, the first step is a free consultation with Attorney Sean Buchanan at our law firm. He represents and defends clients across Summit, Stark, Portage, and Medina Counties. Attorney Buchanan will discuss the specifics of your case with you, provide you with valuable guidance, answer all your questions, and explain how he and our law firm can help.
This initial consultation with Attorney Sean Buchanan will not cost you anything whatsoever, and you will be under no obligation to hire our law firm.
We’re available 24/7/365 by calling 1-888-534-4850, chatting with one of our live, 24-hour chat operators, or sending us a message here from our website. We look forward to hearing from you and providing you with help.
Frequently Asked Questions about OVI Criminal Offenses