Criminal Law Attorney
Speak with a Criminal Law Attorney who has experience both as a prosecutor and defense counsel. Jon Frazer has seven years of combined experience handling criminal cases.
Encounters with Law Enforcement
If you have been cited with or charged with a crime, or if you have been asked to speak with law enforcement regarding a crime…talk to an experienced criminal law attorney before you do anything else!
Many people do not realize that you do not have to speak to law enforcement without an attorney present. Most times police are simply looking for to implicate yourself. They will gladly obtain evidence from you through trickery, lying, or misleading information. Outside of providing valid identification, your name, and generally where you are headed, you do not have to tell officers anything else. Talk to us BEFORE you answer any other questions. If you believe you’ve made statements to law enforcement that may lead to charges, speak with an experienced criminal law attorney before you do anything else!
Strong Criminal Defense Experience
Jon Frazer has experience handling criminal matters including Criminal Mischief, Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Assault (Misdemeanor and Felony level), DUI’s (Misdemeanor and Felony level), Sexual Assaults, Child Abuse, Possession of Controlled Substances, and Delivery of Controlled substances, among many others. We currently accept cases in Lancaster and Saunders Counties, and will consider cases in neighboring counties on a case by case basis. We have experience representing out-of-state clients as well.
We will review all police and investigative reports, discuss your case on a regular basis with the prosecutor to pursue plea agreements or outright dismissal of frivolous charges. We will keep you up to date on all court appearances, motions, and hearings necessary to preserve your rights to a fair trial and appeal, if necessary.
We will work with you to ensure that all facts that can help your case are brought before the court at the appropriate time. This could be to contest any proof or witness offered against you, or to show the court that a more lenient sentence should be entered on your case.