How to Fight Your Wilton Connecticut Arrest

Getting arrested in a small town like Wilton Connecticut causes professional and personal embarrassment. After you’ve been booked, fingerprinted and photographed by the Wilton Police—no matter which crime you’re arrested for in Wilton—the Wilton Police will then release your mug shot and an arrest report summary to local online news websites like the Wilton Bulletin.

So it is possible to get your Wilton Connecticut arrest dismissed quickly?

If you’re a first time offender, then usually it is, but you’ll need to act quickly to get prepared for your first court date. Here’s some info to get started…

All Wilton Connecticut Arrests Report to Norwalk Connecticut

As any of the best Wilton Connecticut criminal lawyers and attorneys know, every single Wilton Connecticut arrest must report first to Norwalk Superior Court, located at 17 Belden Avenue in Norwalk (this is because Wilton does not have a criminal courthouse of its own).

The Wilton Police Department consists of approximately 44 sworn officers who typically make arrests in Wilton Connecticut for Disorderly Conduct, domestic violence and Wilton Connecticut DUI / DWI violations. You can follow this link to learn more about Wilton Connecticut and its arrest procedures and protocols.

Posting Bond for Your Wilton Arrest

As any of the top Wilton Connecticut criminal lawyers and attorneys can explain, an arrest in Wilton either occurs on-scene (such as with a Wilton arrest for DUI / DWI under CGS 14-227a), or by an arrest warrant application which follows a Wilton Police Department criminal investigation. In either case, you or a family member or a friend may need to post a bond (also called bail) to the police department to ensure your appearance in court. You will get this bond amount back at the end of your Wilton case in Norwalk Superior Court.

You can also call a local bail bondsman to put up the entire bond / bail amount in exchange for a non-refundable fee paid to the bondsman that is usually 7-10% of the total fee. These bondspeople are usually available 24/7 to take your call and help you get out of jail as quickly as possible.

Get Your Wilton Arrest Off the Wilton Bulletin & Google

Once your top Norwalk / Wilton Connecticut criminal law firm helps you get your Wilton arrest dismissed, you will need to remove your Wilton arrest reports offline and off Google searches of your name. Too often, clients with Wilton Connecticut arrest reports on the Wilton Bulletin and other Connecticut online publications find it difficult to pass employment background checks.

The Wilton arrest criminal lawyers at Mark Sherman Law have developed a cutting edge “internet scrubbing” practice where we assist clients with Wilton arrests in getting their arrest reports removed off the internet. As further explained here, our law firm has taken local and national news companies all the way to the United States Supreme Court in our effort to get our client’s old arrest reports offline and off Google searches.   While it’s always a challenging battle against the media, it’s a critical one for our firm, as protecting our clients’ reputations is just as important to us as getting the underlying Wilton Connecticut arrest dismissed.

Contact a Wilton Connecticut Criminal Lawyer Attorney Today

So if you’ve been arrested in Wilton Connecticut, or are being investigated by the Wilton Connecticut Police Department, give the Mark Sherman Law Firm a call today. We will work closely and compassionately with you and your family to try and achieve the best result possible.   You can click here to read reviews on the Avvo.com certified client review website from our former Wilton clients. Then give us a call to discuss your Wilton arrest. We are available 24/7 to take your call at (203) 358-4700.