If you or someone you love finds themselves accused of a crime, it is imperative that the lawyer representing the accused has the expertise to navigate the potential pitfalls. The accused has a an opportunity between the arrest and the filing of formal charges. That is why it is imperative that the accused involve us early on. It can make a Big Difference. If the attorneys at Rigney Law are given the opportunity to defend you before formal charges are filed, they have the opportunity to impact the prosecuting attorney’s office on their filing decision, and in some cases, avoid a long term criminal record.
Jake and Kassi Rigney began their careers as deputy prosecuting attorneys and are well versed on the criminal justice system in Indiana. They have handled thousands of cases and understand what it takes to help clients secure favorable outcomes. They are Trial Tested and have a Proven Track Record.
A great criminal defense attorney is not made overnight, or even in three years of law school. It takes years and years of practical experience, going into Court day after day and fighting the fight. The attorneys at Rigney Law LLC have already put the work in, and can put those years of experience to work for you. When your liberty is at stake, the quality of your attorney may be the difference between prison and freedom. No attorney can guarantee your result, but you can count on the attorneys at Rigney Law LLC to see all the issues, and stand and fight to preserve your rights.
We Put In The EffortOf course, even the most experienced criminal defense attorneys will fail if they aren’t willing to put in the work for their clients. At Rigney Law LLC, we understand that excellence in the Courtroom starts with effort behind the scenes and a willingness to put in the time necessary to put our clients in the best position possible. When preparation is the key to your success, the attorneys at Rigney Law LLC will come in early, work late, and do anything else to put our clients in the best position possible.
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