"Facing the power and might of police, prosecutors and courts can be an intimidating and daunting prospect. Choosing the right criminal defense attorney is one of the most important decisions one will make because the outcome of a criminal charge could affect you for the rest of your life. A criminal conviction is a public record, so think how this will impact your life, personally and professionally."
AS YOUR ATTORNEY, I CAN:
•exercise your absolute constitutional RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY.
•exercise your RIGHT TO CONFRONT AND CROSS-EXAMINE THE WITNESSES AGAINST YOU.
•exercise your RIGHT TO SUBPOENA WITNESSES AND EVIDENCE in your defense.
•exercise your State and Federal Constitutional RIGHT TO A SPEEDY TRIAL.
•negotiate a resolution to your case, often arranging for reduced charges and lesser sentencing.
•formulate sentencing programs tailored to a client's specific needs, often helping the accused avoid future brushes with the criminal justice system.
•help you to cope with feelings of fear, embarrassment or loss of self-esteem that a criminal charge can tend to produce in many people.
•give to you an objective, experienced evaluation and assessment of your case and your situation. This professional perspective is vital for clients who are trying to decide whether to accept a prosecutor's "plea bargain" offer.
•advise you on which local, State and/or Federal laws, including State Statutory Law and appellate court-made Case Law, apply to your case and affect you directly.
•advise you on local court customs and practices.
•advise you on the hidden costs associated with the specific resolution of your case.