Facing criminal charges of any kind can be a test of your patience; however, it is vital that you think about your actions and words carefully when you are dealing with law enforcement officers and anyone else who has something to do with your case. If you have watched crime dramas or criminal justice reality television, you have probably heard the phrase "you have the right to remain silent." That is one right that you should exercise along with your right to have an attorney present.
We know that you might not be able to remember everything you are supposed to do when you are dealing with this stressful situation. We can help to ensure that your rights are respected throughout every step of your case, including the interrogation, any depositions and all court appearances. No matter what type of criminal charges you are facing, we can help you.
Besides helping you ensure that your rights are respected, we can also help you to explore your defense options. The options that will work for your case depend on what charges you have against you, the circumstances of your case and your thoughts on working out a plea deal if that is offered for your case.
If your case goes to trial, prosecutors have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the crimes for which you are charged. Many defense strategies are based on introducing reasonable doubt. We can help you learn if there are any ways to do that for your case. This might include introducing an alibi or gathering evidence that points to extenuating circumstances.