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  • Assault

    Faced 7 Years in Prison: Dismissed

  • Securities Fraud

    Faced 5 Years in Prison: Dismissed

  • DUI Charges

    Faced 2 Years in Prison: Dismissed

  • USDA Fraud

    Faced $100,000 fine: Dismissed

Case Results

Murder Charges

Client accused of murdering his girlfriend

Our client was accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend. We were able to get charges dismissed due to lack of evidence after our team did a comprehensive investigation.

Why You Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer Instead of a Public Defender

While the constitution gives you the right to a public defender, it’s often better to hire a criminal defense lawyer. You stand a much better chance of winning your case. Let’s take a closer look at why you need a criminal defense lawyer.

More Attention to Your Individual Case
Public defenders tend to have a major caseload. They are typically appointed to represent people who can’t afford a private lawyer. He or she could be juggling more than 100 cases at a once. This means a public defendant simply doesn’t have any extra time to dedicate to your individual case. On the other hand, criminal defense lawyers will have far more available time. As you can imagine, the process of tracking down key witnesses and obtaining information from investigators can take hours. Because of a public defendant’s extremely hectic schedule, getting a hold of them can be quite difficult. You should have no trouble getting in contact with a criminal defense lawyer.

Ability to Select Your Own Lawyer
If you opt for a public defender, you won’t have the luxury of selecting the lawyer. The court does the choosing for you. Defendants are forced to cross their fingers and hope for the best. While public defendants are professionals who take their job seriously, not everyone has the same expertise and experience. When facing criminal charges, it’s especially important to get the best possible representation. A few missed details could ultimately put your freedom in jeopardy. The recommended approach is to not take any unnecessary chances. Before hiring a lawyer, it’s always a good idea to ask straightforward questions about their experience and background. Being selective is bound to work in your favor.

Harder to Dismiss a Public Defender
If you’re unhappy with the way a public defender is handling your case, you can ask the court to appoint you a different lawyer. However, it’s not a certainty that your public defender will be replaced with a new one. The court may or may not grant your wish. Meanwhile, you have the right to dismiss your private lawyer at any time.

Greater Rapport
As discussed earlier, public defenders are usually pressed for time. They won’t be able to sit down and talk for a long duration. In order to get the best possible outcome during a criminal trial, you need to have good rapport with your legal representative. A criminal defense lawyers is able to make every client a top priority. They will have the time to discuss critical details. Most importantly, criminal defense lawyers fight especially hard for their clients. They will work intensely to find hole’s in the prosecutor’s case. Remember, their reputation is always on the line.

Better Prepares You for the Case
A criminal defense lawyer is able to guide you every step of the way. Before you even set foot into the courtroom, your criminal defense attorney will give you clear instructions on what to do ahead of time. Preparation is definitely a key to success. Although public defenders want to help their clients as much as possible, a heavy workload hinders their ability to do so.

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