For people who are facing criminal charges of any sort, one very important factor in their case is determining what defense strategy they will use for their case. Determining what defense strategy to use is something that requires some knowledge of the laws that pertain to your case. It also requires investigating the evidence that is used in your case, as well as considering your side of the story. Trying to use a one-size-fits-all defense for every case is sort of like trying to fit a large square peg into a small round hole. We understand that your case needs personalized attention.
When we take on your case, we listen to your side of the story. We look into the evidence against you. We consider all the options that we have for a defense. It is important that we base your defense on facts; however, even facts can be interpreted in different ways. That means that even with the same facts, the prosecution might show one story and we might be able to show another. This is why it is important to start building your defense as early as possible in your case.
We understand that the stigma of facing criminal charges might be troubling. While we can't promise you that everyone around you will adhere to the premise that everyone is innocent until proven guilty, we can promise you that we will work to prove your innocence in court.
You are an important part of your defense team. We know that you want to be included on all major decisions. We can help you to explore your options so that you can take an active role in your own defense.