If you or a loved one have recently been arrested or are being investigated for a crime, odds are you're feeling stressed, anxious and scared. The uncertainty of what to do next when you've been accused of a criminal offense can be paralyzing - at a time when it is imperative you take immediate action.
First and foremost, it's important to remember that your case is far from over if you are arrested. The prosecution still has to build a convincing case against you and establish guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. During this time, you should be meeting with your defense lawyer regularly to plan your legal defense. Doing so gives you the best possible shot at overcoming this huge obstacle in your life and moving on.
The stakes couldn't be higher than when you face a criminal charge, which is why you should be wise in selecting a criminal defense attorney with the right experience, knowledge and background in resolving cases just like yours.
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Defendants who have been arrested or charged with a crime for the first time often have many unanswered questions. Unfortunately, finding accurate information that takes into account your specific criminal charge and local/state laws is difficult.
When you meet with our knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys during your free consultation, we can help put your mind at ease by giving insightful answers to commonly asked questions,