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Out of State Arrest or Citation in Kentucky

If you receive a citation for or criminal charge in Kentucky and you do not reside in the state, you should first talk with and hire a local attorney.  A criminal defense attorney can often handle misdemeanor cases without the necessity of appearance by the Defendant.  In felony cases, the experienced attorney can minimize the required number of appearances, thereby limiting the travels to hearings. Having a presence on the internet for a number of years, I have had the opportunity to represent numerous individuals who have been charged or arrested in Kentucky.  I have traveled throughout the state to represent defendants in the majority of counties.  Those may include travelers or truck drivers passing through as well as those at the airport or vacationing from out of town. I have handled cases ranging from speeding, reckless driving, DUI, PDP, POM and log book violations to drug trafficking, theft and for clients from out of town.  I represent clients in both state court as well as those with federal charges.  Clients have been from Ohio, Florida, NY, Georgia, California, Tennessee as well as those serving in the military overseas. If you have been charged with a traffic citation, possession of marijuana or other misdemeanor, do not make the mistake of trying to handle it alone from outside of the state.  Hire a local criminal defense attorney and minimize the time, aggravation and expense with travel to and from.  For consultation and discussion of fees, contact Michael Bouldin at [email protected] or call 859-581-6453 to schedule a phone conference.

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