Call Branick & Devenzio if You are Accused of a Crime
If you are accused of a crime, whether a misdemeanor or a felony, you can depend in Branick & Devenzio to use their experience to get the charges dismissed, to reduce the charges, or minimize your punishment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find out if there is a warrant out for my arrest? - Calling a bondsman can be the simplest way to find out if a warrant is outstanding.
I am being asked to talk about a crime that I did not commit. What do I do? – You have a right to remain silent after you are charged with a crime as anything that you say can be used against you.
Will I lose my license if I am arrested for a DWI? – Your license can be suspended if you are arrested for DWI. However, you can request an Administrative License Revocation Hearing within 15 days of your arrest and attempt to avoid the suspension. If you do not request the hearing within the required time, your license will be suspended on the 41st day after the arrest.