Criminal allegations can seriously affect your livelihood, personal life, reputation, and long-term opportunities. A conviction can result in fines, jail time, and a criminal record. If you have recently been arrested or are suspected of a crime, it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. At Tanzillo Stassin & Babcock, P.C., our Northwest Indiana criminal defense attorneys offer extensive experience and aggressive defense focused on protecting your rights and achieving results in criminal court.
One of the most important duties of your attorney, is to collect necessary evidence to build your defense. We will initiate an immediate investigation to collect and preserve evidence, including witness statements, hospital and police records, hard evidence, lab results, and accident reports. From your initial consultation, through negotiations, and trial where necessary, you can trust that we will leave no stone unturned in building the most strategic defense possible.
It is our primary objective to provide the most advantageous defense possible. While we work towards defeating your charges completely, we also know when it is a better option to plea bargain and negotiate with prosecutors for a lesser charge or penalty. Attorneys from our firm are aggressive, knowledgeable, and committed to shielding our clients from the collateral consequences of a criminal charge, including license suspension, community service, fines, employment barriers, and a criminal record.
Attorneys Michael Babcock and Larry Stassin have extensive experience handling criminal matters ranging from traffic offenses to serious misdemeanors including:
Our team brings a diverse range of experience in both criminal and civil courts. We know what to expect and how to take appropriate action to protect your rights. Attorney Michael Babcock was a former prosecutor in Lake County and our entire team is aggressive, knowledgeable, and prepared to try cases where necessary. If you are under investigation or need to consult with an attorney, please call as soon as possible.