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Criminal Defense

  • OWI/DUI, Alcohol Offenses
  • Violent Offenses (Murder, Robbery, Battery)
  • Drug Offenses (Dealing and Possession)
  • Firearm Offenses
  • Traffic Offenses (Tickets and Arrests)
  • Domestic Violence Offenses
  • Property Crimes (Burglary and Theft)
  • Sex Offenses
  • Expungements/Restricted Access
  • Driver’s License Restoration
  • Specialized Drivers License Petitions (Hardship/Restricted License)

Facing criminal charges can be a life altering experience.  It is important to have an attorney that can help you navigate the criminal justice system in a personal and tailored manor.  One size does not fit all and the attorneys at Curosh & Curosh LLP know this.  Our approach is to provide our clients with the representation that they need as well as the guidance necessary during their journey through the justice system.  We recognize that every situation is unique and our personalized approach ensures that we address your concerns while providing you with the defense you need.

The attorneys at Curosh & Curosh LLP have extensive experience in representing clients from minor criminal offenses to serious felony offenses.  Each case requires a strategic analysis of the facts and circumstances surrounding the events in a criminal allegation.  Each case is meticulously reviewed and investigated in order to provide our clients with the best possible outcome.

At Curosh & Curosh LLP, we recognize the impact being charged with a criminal offense can have on your life, your reputation, and your future.  Our goal is to provide you the most comprehensive and effective representation to navigate you through this difficult time.

Take the first step towards securing your defense, contact Curosh & Curosh LLP today for a consultation.

Joseph L. Curosh III

At this early stage, law enforcement is often still gathering evidence against the accused.  It is important to have an attorney to consult with in order to avoid irreparable damage to your defense.  


Once the prosecuting attorney has filed charges, a bond may be set, and the accused will be required to attend all court proceedings until the case has been resolved.  If an attorney is not hired, a public defender may be appointed.  

Court appearances

During this phase of the process, an attorney will analyze the evidence and the facts of the case in order to determine the best outcome.  In order to accomplish this, certain motions may need to be filed, or hearings held in order to contest evidence.  Often times plea negotiations will occur between your attorney and the prosecuting attorney.  At this stage, preparation for a jury trial will also be done.

We achieve results

Throughout our client’s journey through the criminal justice system, we are there to provide counsel unique to their situation.  By doing this, we are able to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients through this difficult and challenging time in their life.