If you or someone close to you is facing the prospect of a criminal prosecution your first impulse is most likely to learn as much as you can. Your first questions about the crime charged and the process involved will most likely be basic ones that will be answered here. We hope our site gives you the information you want the most in a clear and concise manner. But once we have answered those initial questions and you are ready to talk to someone about your specific, individual situation—give us a call.
As we help you navigate your way through your case our first priority will always be to keep you informed. As our client you are the ultimate decision-maker about the direction of your case, while we devise and choose the tactics to carry out your decision. We will always give you our opinion about which course to choose but the crucial decision is yours to make. We will give you the relevant, in-depth and essential information you will need to understand all of your potential consequences so you can make the choices that are right for you.
Effective advocacy must be guided by the sole principle of: what is in the best interests of the client? Protecting our clients—from prosecutors, judges, or administrators—is expressed through even the smallest aspects of your case: from scheduling to court demeanor to issues of proactive measures to improve your outcomes. But a strong defense requires the ability to bring the fight to the other side—to have an offensive component to our defensive strategy. The prosecutor’s least favorite adversary is the one that will be the one they have to defend against. We are ready to be this kind of advocate for you.
Call my office at the number below for a free consultation. The details of your particular incident can fade after even a short time. Speaking to a dedicated attorney, experienced in this area of the law is the best way to make sure the most important details get retained. The sooner this happens after your arrest the better. Your side of the story is vital to effective representation and I am ready to hear it.