Your defense strategy’s purpose must be defined

On Behalf of | Nov 23, 2018 | Criminal Defense |

Facing a felony charge is a wakeup call for some people, especially those who make an honest mistake that led to criminal charges. Many people don’t realize that something they are doing is illegal. For example, using someone else’s debit card, even if they gave it to you, could lead to criminal charges in some instances.

We know that you might be shocked to learn that you are now a defendant in a criminal matter. This is frightening, especially if it is your first time in criminal court. We are here to help you discover what options you have. You must review each choice carefully since you might face life-long consequences stemming from a conviction.

There are some cases that require a lot of preparation. In some instances, such as white collar crimes, there are often considerable paper trails that the prosecution might use to prove their side of the matter. This doesn’t make it impossible to offer a defense, but it does make it more difficult to find an avenue for your defense. We are here to help you figure out how to proceed.

As you consider each option, think about how each might affect your life in the future. For example, some professionals might be unable to continue their career paths if they get convicted of a felony. This would mean that you need to find another way to support your family, which can be difficult with a felony on your record. We can’t promise you won’t have repercussions, but we can work on your behalf to address the charges.

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