Plan your defense carefully to address the important points
In all criminal defense cases, the defendant has the right to present a defense against the charges. Even defendants who acknowledge that they committed the crime have a right to use their defense to explain their actions. This is something that is often overlooked.
We know that you want to explore every defense option that is possible in your case. We are here to help you look into what might be possible, even if you need an affirmative defense.
In all defense cases, we need to find ways to show your side of the story in a way that will convince and appeal to the jury that is hearing your case. If your case isn’t going to make it to the jury, we need to show the prosecution that you deserve the deal that we are working toward.
This is something that is important to remember in criminal defense — the truth can be presented in a host of different ways. The presentation of the truth is sometimes the deciding factor in these cases.
Ultimately, your defense has to be a representation of you. Each decision that has to be made must be made by you. We can help to guide you, but you are the one who has the final say.
Throughout your defense, we will work with you to help you ensure that you know your options. We will help to defend your rights and we will try to minimize the penalties that you are going to have to deal with if your case ends in a conviction or a plea deal.