Youngstown Lawyers

DeGenova & Yarwood, Ltd

DUI Defense

Youngstown - Warren DUI Lawyers


Often times a DUI charge is a person's only exposure to the criminal justice system.  Many individuals charged with DUI/OVI are well intentioned people who were stopped while operating a motor vehicle only to ultimately be charged with a DUI.  A DUI conviction can have serious consequences including a conviction for a high level misdemeanor, possible jail time, lengthy probation, high fines and a suspended driver's license.

Simply put, you should not face this matter alone without an experienced Youngstown - Warren area DUI/OVI defense attorney.  


Contact our office immediately if you have been charged with a DUI to discuss your options and commence defending your rights. 



Call Today:  1.888.743.4112

Youngstown Criminal Defense Trial Attorneys

OVI, Felonies, and Misdemeanors


If you are being investigated or have already been charged with an OVI, Felony or Misdemeanor in the Youngstown and Warren area, you need a Youngstown - Warren area criminal defense attorney to aggressively defend you.  Do not assume that your legal troubles will simply go away.  The fact of the matter is that if you have become the target of an investigation or charged much is at stake including your freedom, reputation, and often times professional standing or employment.  The single most important decision you can make is who to hire to represent you.


Criminal defense and OVI defense is a very technical area of law that requires a detailed understanding of the laws, court system and criminal trial procedure.  Simply being a lawyer is not necessarily sufficient qualifications to successfully defend a criminal investigation or charge.  Our seasoned Youngstown lawyers are experienced at State and Federal level criminal defense.  Our lead trial lawyer has tried multiple homicide (aggravated murder, murder, and manslaughter) cases.  In addition, our lawyers have defended all levels of violent felonies, property crimes, drug offenses, sex crimes,  fraud, theft, and white collar crimes. 


  • White collar crimes include but are not limited to fraud, falsification and embezzlement.


  • Violent crimes include but are not limited to assault, murder, manslaughter, robbery, burglary, firearm charges, kidnapping, and domestic violence.


  • Sex crimes include but are not limited to rape, sexual imposition, sexual battery, pandering and possession of obscenity.


  • Property crimes include but are not limited to arson, trespassing, theft and unauthorized use.