Privacy Policy

At Keith Dayton Law Office, we deeply value your privacy and aim to provide you with a secure and confident browsing experience on this website. This privacy policy outlines our practices regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information within this domain. Please note that this policy pertains solely to online information and does not cover offline data collection.

Website Contact and Interaction:
The content provided on this website is intended for informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. This information is not meant to establish a lawyer-client relationship, and receiving it does not create such a relationship. Internet subscribers and online readers should not take action based on this information without seeking professional legal counsel. We advise against sending any confidential or sensitive information until you have consulted with one of our lawyers and received guidance on what information is appropriate to share.

Case Summaries, Past Results, and Lawyer Biographies:
Certain case summaries, reports of past results, and individual lawyer biographies provided on this website are intended to inform the public about the experience and accomplishments of our lawyers. However, it is important to note that these descriptions are not guarantees of obtaining the same or similar results in every legal matter undertaken by our lawyers. Each case is unique, and the outcome can be influenced by various factors, including specific factual and legal circumstances, the skills of opposing counsel, and unforeseen developments beyond the control of both clients and lawyers.

Accordingly, you should not assume that a similar result can be achieved in a legal matter that interests you. It is essential to consult with one of our lawyers to obtain personalized advice and guidance tailored to your specific situation. The success of any legal matter relies on a multitude of variables, and outcomes can vary significantly from case to case.

Anonymous Browsing:
When you visit the public area of this website, your identity remains anonymous. However, if you choose to utilize forms, chats, email links, or contact us via phone, and provide personally identifiable information, you will no longer remain anonymous. We cannot guarantee the privacy of personally identifiable information provided via email, as we cannot foresee all possible contexts in which such information might be shared.

Use of Cookies:
This website utilizes "cookies," which are small text files placed on your computer's hard drive. Cookies enable us and/or the website's host to record the number of times you or your network of computers have visited the website, track the access frequency of various web pages, and personalize your homepage preferences. You have the option to disable cookies through your web browser's settings. It's important to note that we do not use cookies to retrieve unrelated information about your visit or interaction with this website.

Collection of IP Address:
We collect your Internet Protocol (IP) address, a unique number assigned to your computer when accessing the Internet. The IP address data we collect does not contain personally identifiable information and is used for website administration, visitor statistics, and demographic analysis. However, when you submit information via this website, it becomes identifiable and is stored with your IP address. This information may be used to identify you on future visits to this site, associated sites, and to personalize your user experience.

Access to Non-Personally Identifiable Data:
Certain members of our law office and third-party website designers and personnel involved with hosting this website have access to the non-personally identifiable data collected. We internally utilize this data, along with our website designer and host, to improve the website. This information helps us evaluate popular website sections, track visitor origins, and measure page access frequency. Reports generated from this data aid in the site's maintenance and enhancement.

Protecting Your Privacy:
To the extent permitted by law, we commit not to sell, share, or disclose any collected information without your express permission.

Privacy Policies of Linked Websites:
We provide links to third-party websites beyond our control. Therefore, we encourage you to review the privacy policies of these external websites upon your initial visit. We assume no responsibility for reviewing, enforcing, or ensuring compliance with the privacy policies of linked sites.

Children's Privacy:
We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13.

Data Storage and Processing in the United States:
Regardless of your location, this site collects, processes, and stores information in databases located within the United States.

Policy Revisions:
As Internet technologies evolve rapidly, we may periodically update this privacy policy. All revisions will be posted on this website, and we encourage you to review the policy frequently.

Questions or Concerns:
We value your questions and comments about this website and its privacy policy. Please feel free to contact us via the phone number or email listed on this page (607-749-9722 or help@keithdaytonlawoffice.com).

Contact Us:
The Law Office of Keith Dayton is committed to addressing your inquiries about various legal matters, including DUI/DWI Defense, Drug Crimes, Assault and Battery, Theft and Property Crimes, College Student Representation, Juvenile Defense, Sex Crimes, Violent Crimes, Expungements and Record Sealing, Post-Conviction Remedies, Self-Defense and Justifiable Homicide, White Collar Crimes, and Pre-Charge Investigations in Cortland New York and surrounding areas.