Criminal Cases Sometimes Include the Need for Help
Feb. 17, 2017
The criminal justice system takes a very harsh stance against a number of crimes. In the United States, a big emphasis is placed on punishment instead of rehabilitation. This puts people who are facing criminal charges in a hard position. Some people need help to stop the behaviors, but instead of getting that help, they are forced into a situation where they are placed with other people who have committed crimes. This might not help the situation at all. In fact, it can sometimes exacerbate issues that are already present.
We know that many people who are facing criminal charges want to get help but don't know where to turn. If this is your situation, we can help you to explore options that might enable you to get the help you need. This might not mean that you don't have to face the criminal charges. Instead, the help might be in addition to punishments that you have to endure.
When you find out that you are facing criminal charges, you need to evaluate your case right away. The more time you have to focus on your defense, the more you can think about each option that you have. This also gives you time to think about plea deals and alternative sentence options that you may find preferable to putting your fate in the hands of a jury.
Whether you plan on trying to resolve your case without trial or if you plan on taking your case to trial, we can work with you to explore each option that you have. We know that you probably have some questions and concerns. We will work to address each one.