FIRST CRIMINAL CHARGE? OUTCOMES VARY GREATLY!

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If you are facing your first criminal charge it is common to feel intimidated and unsure as to how to proceed.  The first thing you should know is that you represent the majority of people in the criminal justice system.  You made a mistake…a mistake you will never repeat.  This will be the first and last time you ever experience the criminal justice system.  You may feel you’re guilty and you’ll just take your medicine.  After all how bad could it be?  You may talk to a friend who has experienced a similar mistake.  He or she will tell you what happened in their case and this will either make you feel comfortable or afraid.  The truth is:  You still don’t know near enough.

            I have been practicing law for over thirty years and can tell you that it doesn’t just matter what you are charged with but also what city or county is prosecuting you.  In other words justice is not equal.  Each prosecuting agency has its own philosophy on how they negotiate various charges.  Since the vast majority of cases never go to trial, knowing these differences and how to present yourself is critical.   Look at the reviews on my website.  You will see that my clients are all treated individually, (no case is the same) and all were well prepared for the criminal process.

If your first criminal charge is:  DUI, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, POSSESSION OF DRUGS OR DRUG PARAPHERNALIA improper resolution can be life altering.

  • DUI – 120 DAY LICENSE SUSPENSION CAN IN MANY CASES BE ELIMINATED OR CUT IN HALF.
  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – LOSS OF RIGHT TO FIREARMS (HUNTING) MUST BE AVOIDED.
  • DRUG OR DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – LOSS OF DRIVING LICENSE FOR 180 DAYS EVEN THOUGH YOU WERE NOT DRIVING MUST BE AVOIDED.

Why worry about the unknown when you can talk to me about your situation FREE?  Learn what you may realistically expect from your charges.  Become educated about both the charge and the court which will hear your case.  Then you can decide whether to retain my services or not.  In any event you will be better off.