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Talk To A Defense Lawyer Before Anyone Else

If you are the suspect or target in a criminal investigation, or have been charged with a criminal offense in Connecticut, time is of the essence in speaking to a lawyer. Before speaking with the police and making any statements to police you should speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney. If you cannot talk to a defense lawyer before being questioned by the police, don't be shy about asserting your constitutional rights.

You have a right to remain silent and if you waive your rights and speak to the police, anything you say can and will be used against you.

The Law Offices of Dan Lyons & Associates is here to fight for your rights and defend your freedom. Call us today at 203-901-1230 or contact us online to speak with an experienced and highly rated criminal defense lawyer serving clients in West Haven, Milford, and throughout New Haven County and surrounding areas.

We believe that everyone deserves quality legal representation. We offer competitive and affordable fee rates, and in some cases we offer flexible payment plans to make our services accessible to people who need our representation.

A Former Prosecutor Fighting For You

As a former prosecutor, Dan Lyons knows the criminal justice system from both sides. He understands how the prosecution builds cases against defendants. He also knows how to dismantle those cases to help defend his clients.

The prosecution bears the burden of proof. We work aggressively to make their job as tough as possible. We will explore every viable legal and factual defense in eroding the strength of their case against you.

We defend clients against all types of felony and misdemeanor offenses, including state and federal crimes.

With more than 30 years of experience, criminal defense attorney Dan Lyons is prepared to defend you against:

  • Drug crimes: Including sales, drug possession, cultivation and manufacturing
  • Sex crimes: Including sexual assault and child pornography charges
  • Violent crimes: Including assault, robbery, domestic violence and homicide
  • White collar crimes: Including fraud, embezzlement, forgery and money laundering
  • Motor vehicle violations: Including reckless driving, evading responsibility, engaging in pursuit and operating under suspension

The consequences of a criminal conviction are harsh and may haunt you for the rest of your life. Put this serious matter in trusted hands.

Call us today at 203-901-1230 so we can begin building a successful defense strategy for you today.