If you or a loved one is under investigation, has been charged with a criminal offense, or has questions regarding the criminal justice system, contact Criminal Defense Attorney Ryan Fasso for a free consultation. As a former Senior Prosecutor with the Polk County State Attorney’s Office, Attorney Ryan Fasso is experienced to preserve, protect, and fight for your rights. As an experienced trial attorney, Attorney Ryan Fasso handles most all criminal law cases – Felony DUI, white collar crimes, controlled substance charges (possession, intent to sell, manufacturing, and trafficking), and violent offenses (weapons charges, sex crimes, attempted homicide, etc.).
Attorney Ryan Fasso prides himself on being an aggressive advocate at an affordable price. His diligence and hard work has earned him an excellent reputation in the community and among his esteemed colleagues. He will not back down to anyone and will use his experience and knowledge of the court system to get you the result you deserve.
If you suspect or have reason to believe you are being investigated for a crime, do not wait to seek help. In fact, it is best to act quickly by contacting a lawyer as soon as you determine you are being investigated. Do not talk to investigators before talking to a lawyer. Call an attorney before investigators ever contact you. This is the best way to protect yourself for a number of reasons:
The additional time will allow your lawyer to start building your defense before you are charged with a crime;
Your lawyer can explain what to do and say if you are contacted by investigators so you do not accidentally hurt your case;
Having an attorney on your side will help ensure that investigators do not coerce you into admitting fault or talk you into agreeing to a deal that is not in your best interests; and
Often times your lawyer can cooperate with law-enforcement on your behalf so as to eliminate the need for an arrest.
If you are in a position to proceed on building a defense against possible criminal charges, contact RYAN FASSO LAW today.