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When facing criminal charges, you may be tempted to give up and simply plead guilty or accept a plea bargain. Don't plead guilty even if you think you are guilty until you fully understand what that means.
We are ready to use our skills and legal experience to go to court and aggressively fight your charges. Call our office to see what we can do for your case.
We zealously represent our clients facing both misdemeanors and felonies. The difference between a misdemeanor and a felony is the punishment. A misdemeanor is a less serious crime punishable by up to no more than a year in county jail and substantial fines. Some misdemeanors involve no jail time at all. A felony is considered a serious crime punishable in state prison by sixteen (16) months or more, including life in prison. A felony conviction carries collateral consequences such as: loss of the right to possess a gun; exclusion from jury service; denial of the right to vote; loss of the right to obtain a professional license; and deportation.
The earlier you start working with a lawyer the better. The goal of law enforcement officials is to gather enough evidence to obtain a conviction. You need someone to work just as hard on your behalf as soon as possible.
A criminal charge can be devastating, but it doesn’t have to ruin your life. The right criminal defense attorney can help you get results you can live with. We will aggressively defend you. We have successfully negotiated positive results for clients, including getting their charges dropped. Call us to see what we can do for you.