Don't Try to Hide from Criminal Charges; They Do Catch up To You
Nov. 24, 2017
Nobody wants to think about having to face felony charges over the holidays. This is one reason why many people try their best to stay on the right side of the law toward the end of the year. Still, there are some circumstances that are out of your control. If you are one of the people who finds yourself fighting for your freedom right now, you need to know that you do have someone on your side. We are here to help you find out what options you have to present a defense.
One thing to remember if you know that you are facing criminal charges is that they aren't going to go away on their own. Instead, you have to work to get them out of your life. There aren't any guarantees in the criminal justice system, so we will stand by your side to ensure that we are standing up for your best interests throughout the process.
The way that we handle your case depends on the charges you are facing and circumstances of the situation. We can't handle a violent crime case in the same way as we would handle a theft case. Taking a look into the points the prosecution plans to use against you is usually necessary as we prepare your case for trial.
Some defendants choose to try to work out an agreement with the prosecution. We can certainly do this, but we need think about what is going to happen if this doesn't work out like we hope. Ultimately, you are the person who has to let us know what you are willing to do and how you want to handle the situations that come up.