With Over 50 Years Experience Our Attorneys Have The Knowledge To Support Your Case
Spaulding and Kitzler, LLC are attorneys focusing on criminal defense, divorce and dissolution, real estate matters, and estate planning with offices in Mansfield and Mount Vernon, Ohio. We handle a wide range of cases including felonies, misdemeanors, drunk driving DUI-OVI defense, white collar crime, juvenile matters, divorce and dissolution, real estate matters, and estate law. Call today for a consultation with one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys.
Here at Spaulding & Kitzler, LLC we take pride in our reputation and our firm’s proven results. Our criminal defense attorneys have spent many years building relationships and the trust of the entire court system. According to the Constitution, every defendant has the right to be defended, despite the charge. Our firm’s expertise covers every criminal matter, from lesser driving infractions to the most serious criminal offense. Whether you have been charged with a DUI, drug possession, or any other criminal violation, you can depend on Spaulding & Kitzler, LLC to assist you in creating the strongest defense possible. Sifting through the often complicated court system without adequate representation is not advisable in this day and age. Our experienced attorneys will be available to you through every phase of the process and do everything they can to put you at ease.
At Spaulding & Kitzler we are client-focused on all practice areas:
• Juvenile Matters
• Divorce / Dissolution
• Wills / Estates
• Real Estate Matters
Individual Focus on Legal Matters
Throughout every stage of traffic, criminal or DUI proceedings, our practice offers attentive and individualized legal representation.
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Our firm’s environment is professional and welcoming and our staff is intelligent and experienced. Our discussions with clients about legal concerns are held in the highest degree of confidence. In addition to welcoming same or next-day business consultations, our lawyers frequently consult with clients after normal operating hours and on weekends to be accommodating to varying work and school schedules.
Arraignment: The First Step
Retaining our office will ensure someone appears on your behalf at the initial hearing, often without the need for you to appear. At this early stage we help our clients with things like having their cases heard quickly and securing them a reasonable bond.
Often times our clients cases can be resolved at the Pretrial hearing. A Pretrial hearing is one’s first opportunity to speak with the Prosecuting Attorney about your case. If a resolution cannot be reached, our office has had great success with filing pretrial motions in preparation for trial. Pretrial motions, including motions to suppress, are also valuable tools in gathering further evidence necessary for trial.