If you been charged with a crime, please call me. I provide a free consultation and fixed fees for representation. I also accept credit card payments.
Being charged with a crime is serious. Even a conviction for a relatively minor crime – even one in which incarceration may not be implicated – can severely impact a person’s future.
Convictions may need to be disclosed on job applications. Even certain types of activities, like being a volunteer baseball coach, may not be possible for some types of convictions.
It’s important to understand that the role of prosecutors is to convict. When a conviction is not obtained, this can reflect negatively on the prosecutor involved. As a result, prosecutors have a strong incentive to develop and keep their reputation.
My job is to preserve your legal innocence. In our court system, as we all learned at an early age, we are all innocent until proven guilty. Thus at the time the criminal charge is made, it does not depend upon any evidence or facts that may exist – we are all innocent until a jury or court determines otherwise.
With the tenacity to seek the best outcome for each and every client depending upon his or her case, I work tirelessly on behalf of clients. I will oppose the prosecution’s efforts to convict, including challenging their theories of the case and the evidence they intend to present.
If you have been charged with a crime, I would invite you to contact me to discuss your case, and to learn I can help. In addition, I would also invite you to check out the following links to learn more about how I serve clients who have been charged with a criminal offense:
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