Aggressive, Experienced New Haven Criminal Defense Attorneys

The defense attorneys of Polan and Simmons have tried nearly every type of criminal case. If you are being investigated, are facing arrest, or have been arrested, contact our law office. We can help.

In 2008, we achieved an acquittal for a teenager even after his false confession to a robbery-murder he did not commit.
If you have been arrested for a serious state or federal felony in Connecticut, call our New Haven law office immediately for a powerful defense: 203-865-5000.

Veteran Trial Lawyer ● Yale Law School Instructor

Founding attorney Diane Polan is a graduate of Yale Law School and has practiced since 1980. She and law partner Max Simmons have the background, skill, and knowledge to aggressively defend you in the most complex, difficult, and labor-intensive criminal cases in both federal and state courts:

We also represent plaintiffs in civil rights, police misconduct, and employment discrimination cases. Find out more about our areas of practice.

Meticulous Investigators and Legal Advocates

When you are facing criminal charges, you are facing the crushing weight of a powerful government with almost unlimited resources to take away your freedom. Our job as your defense attorneys — our cause — is to stand up to them for you.

At the Law Offices of Polan and Simmons, LLC, you will not be judged. This is a friendly, comfortable place where you will feel welcomed and accepted. We will meticulously investigate every aspect of your case, focusing on seeking the best possible outcome.

Are You Being Investigated for a Crime?
Talk to an attorney as soon as possible. Remember — you do not have to talk to the police and you do not have to let them into your home unless they have a search warrant. In our experience as criminal defense attorneys, it never helps your case to speak with the police or to open your door to them.

For a free telephone consultation, contact the Law Offices of Polan and Simmons, LLC at 203-865-5000.

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