Plan for A Trial, Even if You Are Trying to Plea Bargain
April 13, 2018
There are very real challenges that can come with a felony conviction. These challenges are often very serious matters that can change the rest of your life. You have to keep all of these potential consequences in mind when you are trying to work on your defense.
In order to have even the smallest measure of control over their fate, some defendants opt to try to come to an agreement with the prosecutor to resolve their case. These plea deals have some benefits, but they also have some drawbacks.
One thing that you need to be sure you are doing is preparing your case for a trial, even if you are trying to work out a plea deal. You have to be sure that you have your plan in place in case you aren't able to work out a deal with the prosecution. This might seem like a lot to do, but being prepared for trial is a much better option than trying to throw a defense together at the last minute.
We are here to help you put together a strategy that addresses the important points in your case. When you are preparing a case for trial, you have to remember that your job is make the jurors doubt what the prosecution is claiming about the case. We can review the case to help you find points to call into question.
Putting in the effort that it takes to address criminal charges can be difficult. Remembering the ways that a conviction can affect your life might give you the boost that you need to get things done.