Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., is a defense law firm representing clients throughout the state of Wyoming. We understand that a criminal conviction can have serious repercussions, affecting your reputation, financial state, and freedom. We want to help. Our skilled Gillette criminal defense team brings strong litigation experience to our clients’ complex cases. If you were arrested for DUI, domestic battery, a drug offense, or any other criminal activity, it is imperative to get a skilled defense attorney. Too often, law enforcement and prosecutors manipulate statements and other information to get a conviction. Or, they may seek a harsher punishment than is warranted, just to appear “hard on crime” to voters. We can help protect your rights and ensure that you receive fair treatment.
Call (307) 257-7800 to schedule a free consultation to review your case.
At Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., you will never be just another case number.
We purposefully keep our caseload low, so that each client receives our full attention. We understand that this is a highly stressful time for our clients, and we work hard to give them both peace of mind and strong advocacy. As your partner during this trying period, we will keep you informed as the case progresses, and discuss all potential options available to you. Our goal is to protect your rights and preserve your freedom.
Have you been arrested for a crime?
Understand that you are innocent until proven guilty.
Defense attorney Steven Titus, criminal defense lawyer in Gillette, Wyoming, has extensive experience advocating on behalf of clients facing a variety of criminal charges. He upholds truth and justice by ensuring clients receive their due diligence under the law. He is available to clients at all times, even providing them with his personal cell phone number, so that they can reach him 24 hours a day, seven days a week. During his career, Mr. Titus has gotten clients acquitted of felony DUI charges, possession and distribution of a controlled substance charges, felony sex charges, and many more crimes. When your freedom is at stake, call (307) 257-7800 for a free case strategy session.
We understand how stressful criminal accusations can be. Call (307) 257-7800 for strong legal defense and peace of mind.
pon an arrest, a police officer will read your Miranda warning (commonly known as Miranda rights). Your Miranda rights include the right to remain silent to avoid self-incrimination and your right to legal counsel. If you have been arrested or investigated without being offered your Miranda rights, your statements may be deemed inadmissible in a court or criminal trial.
Though specific events can differ on a case-by-case basis, there are certain things that you can expect immediately following an arrest. If you are arrested, an officer may handcuff you and take you to Central Booking where you will go through initial processing. After, you will be processed for arraignment (essentially your first appearance before a judge).
The arraignment hearing is where you will be read your official charges, if a plea offer has been made by the District Attorney or judge, and in some instances, a bail amount will be made. You will have the opportunity to plead “guilty” or “not guilty” at this time. If you prefer, you can accept a plea deal made by the prosecution.
Even if you think that the case against you is too incriminating, do not make the mistake of thinking that you do not have options available to you. Working with a criminal defense attorney who has trial experience and criminal law knowledge can only improve your chances of securing a reduction in charges, or in some cases, acquittal or complete dismissal.
Results can never be guaranteed, but we can promise the following: