Experienced Nebraska Criminal Defense Attorney
If you are charged with a criminal offense, you need to hire an experienced Criminal Defense attorney as soon as possible. A Felony conviction may result in years of incarceration, expensive fines, loss of civil rights, a permanent criminal record, and a number of other serious repercussions. Even a misdemeanor conviction can result in up to a year in jail, heavy fines, probation, revocation of your driver's license, and more. Attorney Jerry Clinch, Attorney at Law, is an experienced Criminal Defense attorney and handles Nebraska misdemeanors and felonies.
Mr. Clinch is a part-time Deputy York County Attorney and is unable to represent criminal defendants in any York County criminal matters. However, Clinch Law Firm is able to provide representation to criminal defendants in any county outside of York County and provides services to surrounding counties, including, but not limited to: Seward County, Merrick County, Hamilton County, Fillmore County, Jefferson County, Hall County, and more!
Representation for Nebraska Criminal Offenses
Nebraska prosecutors aggressively pursue felony and misdemeanor convictions and it is in your best interest to have a knowledgeable attorney by your side. Mr. Clinch provides representation for most criminal cases, including, but not limited to:
- Drug charges
- Theft offenses
- Domestic violence
Give Yourself Peace of Mind
Mr. Clinch has represented many clients accused of various crimes, both private and court-appointed. Mr. Clinch has significant courtroom experience and can provide you with competent representation from start to finish. He also has a unique perspective working as a Deputy York County Attorney. Alternatives to incarceration, such as drug court and diversion programs, are sought whenever possible.
Take steps to give yourself the Peace of Mind knowing that you have an experienced Criminal Defense attorney on your case today. Contact Clinch Law Firm, LLC to schedule a consultation at our York, Nebraska office, or feel free to schedule a complimentary 30-minute telephone consultation or a 60-minute in-person consultation for a time that works for you here: Appointment Scheduler. Virtual appointments are also available, upon request.