If you have been charged with a crime, you are entitled to certain constitutional rights. The criminal process is an adversarial system. The prosecuting lawyers are working to get you convicted. You need an attorney who is on your side. Navigating the legal roadways of court dates, motions, discovery, legal strategies, etc. can be complicated. Not proceeding correctly can be detrimental to your outcome. We are here to help you. Our attorneys are in court on a daily basis representing those who have been charged with a crime.
We understand that being charged with a crime does not make you a criminal and having a criminal record can create a hurdle to your success. The State has a high burden to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that you committed the crime you are charged with. Our goal is to prove your innocence, have you found not guilty, or plead to reduced sentencing.
Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, our lawyers are ready to help investigate and prepare a compelling defense on your behalf. Call our office for a free criminal defense consultation today.
If you've already been convicted of a crime in the past and you need that charge off your record, give us a call about expungement options.