If you've been arrested and accused of a crime — particularly a felony such as homicide  you'll need a criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. Individuals who are already on probation or parole-retain a capable criminal law attorney. Even those accused of lesser crimes like theft or simple assault are likely to need legal representation from a licensed criminal defense attorney.

 

Your Criminal Defense Attorney's Strategy

Your criminal defense attorney's job is to protect your rights and ensure

your access to a fair trial. By examining the circumstances surrounding

your case and weighing the strength of the evidence against you, your defense lawyer

will apply current law, along with previous legal precedent, to your specific situation and use it to

devise a solid legal strategy and build the best possible case for acquittal.

 

Evidence Collection and Investigation

In criminal cases where ample evidence of innocence exists, a capable

attorney will leverage that evidence to its best advantage on your behalf.

Where such evidence appears to be lacking, your criminal lawyer will make a

thorough investigation to uncover any hidden evidence unknown witnesses, or other mitigating factors that would strengthen your case.

 

Through expert investigative, discovery, and legal motion techniques during

the pre-trial phase, your criminal law attorney will thoroughly prepare

your case for trial. During the trial phase, legal counsel will make

effective use of questioning, cross-examination, legal challenge, and

presentation of alternate theories of the crime to ensure the fairness of

the proceedings against you and present any evidence that might raise a

reasonable doubt about guilt.

Criminal Defense

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