If you have been accused or charged with a crime, it is essential to retain an experienced trial attorney for your defense as soon as possible.  Remain silent when faced with a charge or accusation from a law enforcement officer or a prosecutor.  Protect the rights granted to you by the United States Constitution and the Kentucky Constitution.  Invoke your right to an attorney as soon as possible.  As soon as law enforcement advises you of your right to remain silent, accept it.  Say no more before contacting an experienced criminal defense lawyer like me.  With over 30 years of experience defending citizens accused of crimes, I will personally advise you in your time of need, investigate your case and fight for the rights guaranteed to you.

If you haven't been charged with a misdemeanor or felony in Kentucky but have in the past, now is a good time to to consult with a qualified criminal defense lawyer like me about cleaning up your record. If certain conditions are met, some misdemeanors and felonies can be expunged in Kentucky. Expungement means the crime you were charged with or convicted of can be erased from your record and you never have to mention it when applying for a job.  

I have successfully represented people just like you from wrongful accusations at every trial and appellate Court level in Kentucky.  If you have been accused of a crime by the federal government, my experience includes successfully defending people before United States Magistrates, United States District Court juries and the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.

This site includes examples of cases I have fought and won.  Just click on the appropriate link to learn about my litigation experience.

Attorney Andrew Coiner

I will personally contact you after receiving your call or email. You will not be handed off to an associate lawyer, paralegal or secretary.

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If you are facing federal or state criminal charges or have been injured because of someone's negligence, call me for an honest evaluation of your case.