The criminal justice system is full of small details that often seem unimportant at first, but that can make a huge difference in a case later. Between this and the changes in the laws that occur frequently, defendants can have a difficult time keeping everything related to their case in order.
It is imperative that they base these decisions on the laws that apply to the case. Without doing this, there could be errors in the logic because things might not be the way that the defendant thought they would be. We can help you learn what you need to know to make decisions about your case.
The type of defense strategy you choose has to be based on the charges and the case against you. The goal of any criminal defense is to make people sitting on the jury question the claims of the prosecutor. This isn't always easy, but they aren't supposed to convict you unless they can do so beyond a reasonable doubt. Just remember that reasonable in this case means that you have to think like an average adult when you are planning.
We realize that the thought of having to stand before the jury isn't one that is easy to handle. This can be a frightening experience, especially if it is your first time. Unfortunately, you can't really hide from your case so you have to make plans to face it head-on. We are here to help you work through all of the planning and stand beside you as your case makes its way through the system.