Think About What Goal You Have for Your Defense
March 5, 2019
When you are facing a felony charge, you have a lot to think about. The way that you are going to handle your case has a direct impact on the outcome, so you should think carefully about the defense strategy you will employ. There are several options that might be available. You need to think about the circumstances of your case in order to decide what might be appropriate. We are here to help you review the available options so you can decide.
Many things come into the picture when you are trying to determine what to do. Once you know what is possible in your case, you need to think about what goal you have for the outcome. Even though this seems like you might have a foolproof defense, you still need to focus on the possibility that a jury might not see things your way.
We know that you might have some questions about what might be possible. It is imperative that we take the time to look into the situation so that we can figure out how things might be perceived. You need to think about how the jury might view statements, evidence and claims. This can give you an idea of how your case might fare.
By determining the goal of your defense, you can set your plan to try to realize that goal. It might be to be found not guilty, but it can also be to minimize the penalties that you are going to have to deal with upon the conclusion of the case.