Frequently Asked Questions
When you are facing a criminal charge, no matter the grimness, your independence is on the line. You cannot afford to squander time, you must engage an experienced Youngstown criminal attorney as soon as you are charged and before you enter the courtroom. Here are some frequently asked questions about your legal rights in Ohio.
Do I really need a lawyer?
A criminal conviction can appear on background checks and can unfortunately inhibit your ability to secure employment or even housing. Additionally, if you currently have a professional license, such as a commercial driver's license, that license could be revoked.
Can Matt help someone like me?
All of Matt's clients receive the time and attention that they deserve, regardless of their background. Matt Gambrel is dedicated to serving clients from all walks of life.
I just got a DUI/OVI so I guess I'm out of luck, right?
Not necessarily. As a Youngstown DUI attorney, Matt Gambrel puts the law on your side. By focusing on the specific details of each case and investigating all of the circumstances of the arrest, Matt Gambrel helps protect the future of his clients. His commitment and dedication to protecting his clients is an important advantage because the consequences of a DUI/OUI conviction can be extremely harsh, even for a first time arrest.
I was just charged with a criminal offense. What do I do now?
After being charged with a criminal offense in Youngstown, Ohio, you should investigate your legal options right away. Hiring a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible will work to your advantage. Once you hire a criminal defense attorney, he will begin gathering critical time-sensitive evidence and witness testimony. Depending on additional facts surrounding your case, this initial effort may help in filing a motion to exclude evidence or dismiss the case entirely. Time is of the essence. Contact Attorney Matt Gambrel today to discuss your options to build a strong defense for your future.
Where is Matt’s practice?
Matt Gambrel can practice anywhere in the state of Ohio. He is most frequently in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties, in such courts as Youngstown, Boardman, Canfield, Austintown, Struthers, Campbell, Sebring, Warren, Girard, and Niles.