Throughout his years as a Valparaiso Criminal Attorney, Mark Worthley has tried hundreds of criminal trials and argued hundreds of motions to suppress, bond hearings, and sentencing. He has negotiated plea agreements, advised police on 4th Amendment rules, reviewed search warrants and cross-examined expert witnesses. These experiences allow him to quickly recognize flaws in police action and their investigations. He knows what the government needs to prove its case.
Anyone charged with a crime is facing a wide range of consequences. Prison, jail, and house arrest are all possible punishments for the accused. Even if incarceration is avoidable, probation, community service and steep fines could be imposed.
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In addition to the direct punishments, an arrest, charge or conviction may cause a loss of employment or negative criminal background checks. Other future implications include the deprivation of voting rights or the right to possess firearms.
If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges, please consider contacting Worthley Law to get important advice. Worthley Law will be able to answer your questions about what to expect in the short and long term, what consequences are likely, and what alternatives are available.
Remember that you are innocent until proven guilty and the State of Indiana bears the burden of proving your guilt. You have the right to remain silent throughout all phases of the process, and that right cannot be held against you. You also have the right to tell the police you want an attorney before speaking to them and you should demand to to speak with an attorney at the earliest possible moment during a police investigation.
Worthley Law is here to protect your rights.
Call today to schedule an appointment with Valparaiso Criminal Attorney Mark Worthley so he can begin to defend your case.
Worthley Law is experienced in criminal defense, which includes:
- Drug Possession and Dealing
- Domestic Battery
- Sex Crimes
- Major Felony
- Appeals and Post-Conviction Relief