ERIC E. KINSMAN Attorney at Law CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER When You Need Someone On Your Side 314 WEST HIGH STREET ELKHART, INDIANA 46516 Tel (574) 522-8482 Fax (574)
"Whenever possible, I believe in an aggressive defense aimed at obtaining a dismissal or reduction of the charge. When appropriate, I will challenge the admissibility of evidence and the truthfulness of witnesses through pre-trial motions and hearings. Outright victory is never impossible; however, certain cases warrant aggressive negotiation. In every case, I work to build the strongest defense possible, designed to protect your rights, preserve your freedom and obtain the best result."
Attorney Eric Kinsman is licensed to practice law in the State of Indiana, including: -All 92 Indiana Circuit and lower Superior Courts -The Indiana Supreme Court -The Indiana Court of Appeals
"I believe in providing exceptional legal services for a reasonable fee. While each case is different, depending on the facts and nature of your charge, I will work together with my client and attempt to set up a plan most people can afford.”
If you or someone you love is facing criminal charges You need someone on your side.
DUI --OWI Drunk Driving Operating While Intoxicated Battery Bribery Burglary Carjacking Cocaine Charges Counterfeiting Credit Card Fraud Criminal Mischief Disorderly Conduct Domestic Battery Driving Suspended DUI-OWI Drug Charges Embezzlement Counterfeiting Failure to Appear Firearm Charges Forgery Fraud Habitual Traffic Failure to Appear Firearm Charges Forgery Fraud Hit and Run Identity Theft Insurance Fraud Intimidation Marijuana Charges Meth Charges Murder Operating w/ Intoxicated Perjury Probation Violations Resisting Arrest Retail Theft Robbery Theft Traffic Tickets Trespassing Weapons Charges
■ DO NOT take a wait-and-see approach to a criminal situation.
■ DO NOT delay. Generally, the sooner a Criminal Defense Lawyer is brought into a criminal case or investigation, the better potential results for the client.
■ DO NOT seek answers to questions about your legal rights from police officers and prosecutors who do not have a legal duty to act in a suspect’s best interest.
■ DO NOT gamble while your freedom is at stake. A serious criminal charge can have a defendant fighting for his or her fundamental freedom. Contact ERIC KINSMAN, a skilled and knowledgeable Criminal Defense Lawyer who will stand up for your legal rights.
7 RIGHTS Guaranteed by the Constitution you should NOT give up without consulting a lawyer first: ■ The right to remain silent. You cannot be forced to plead guilty or to make any self incriminating statement. This applies in court and when you are questioned by police and investigators. ■ The right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. ■ The right to an attorney. ■ The right to trial by jury. ■ The right to a speedy, public trial. ■ The right to confront and cross-examine witnesses against you. ■ The right to compel witnesses to appear and testify on your behalf.
7 SUGGESTIONS When Facing a Criminal Charge: ■ Hire an experienced criminal defense attorney because a conviction follows you for the rest of your life. ■ Hire a criminal defense attorney who is familiar and has direct experience dealing with the prosecutor who is prosecuting you AND frequently practices in the very Court where your case is pending. ■ Hire a criminal defense lawyer that will give you an honest and fair analysis of your situation. ■ Ask about fees and and get a written fee agreement. .■ Hire a criminal lawyer that extensively practices criminal law and has experience in your type of case. ■ Take advantage of free legal consultations. ■ Tell the whole story during the consultation - it’s protected by privilege and the only way to get an accurate analysis from the prospective attorney
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The information contained within this website is not
legal advice. To obtain legal advice you must consult with ERIC E.
or another licensed attorney. Nothing in this website is intended to
create an attorney-client relationship. ERIC E. KINSMAN is licensed to
practice law only in the State of Indiana.