Criminal law matters are often complex, especially when there are more serious crimes at the heart of the case. There are many times when a person might face more than one charge in connection with a single incident. These cases can be very difficult because they are multifaceted. We know that you might have some concerns about what you are going to do about it all.
One thing that makes these cases so complex is that you have to look at each option you have from multiple standpoints. What helps to show that you aren’t guilty of one charge might lead to an assumption that you are guilty of another. All of this has to be weighed so that you aren’t throwing yourself under the bus.
We realize that you might not even know where to start with your defense. Fortunately, we are here to help you. We will review everything and help you learn about what might work for you. As we do this, try to remain focused on your own case. Don’t think that because something worked for someone else that it will work for you.
On top of the individual elements that are present in your case, we also need to look at what we can do to minimize the possible penalties that you are facing. In some cases, this goal might be reached through a plea deal if you do admit that you did the crime at the center of the case.
In any criminal case you are facing, you need to do what you feel is best for yourself. We are here to help you along the way.