The attorneys with our firm understand the stress and frustration that goes with criminal charges because they have represented numerous people in similar situations. Not only are you facing possible prison time, but criminal charges can cause you to lose your job and even the support of friends and family. When you find yourself in a situation like this, you need a criminal defense attorney on your side.
How a District Heights Criminal Attorney Can Help
A criminal defense attorney can help protect the rights of their clients and to seek out the most positive resolution possible on their cases. They are there to have the back of the accused throughout the criminal justice process. When you are arrested and charged with a crime, whether it’s a misdemeanor or a felony, you can be made to feel like a criminal long before you have your day in court. But, when you invoke your right to hire a criminal defense attorney, you can have someone on your side long before you go to court to face your charges.
District Heights Criminal Laws and Penalties
There are countless different scenarios that could have led to your arrest. Similarly, there are countless different defense strategies that could be employed to help minimize the potential effects of these charges on your life. Our legal team understand the stakes are high and know that, to the defendant, a misdemeanor charge is potentially as damaging as a felony. We stand ready to help you whether you are accused of a criminal charge, including but not limited to:
- Drug Charges
- Bad Checks
- Driving on a suspended license
- Sex crimes
- White Collar Crimes
- And more…
From negotiating a plea agreement with the prosecution in an effort to reduce your sentence, or challenging the evidence against you in an effort to have the charges dropped, your attorney will work tirelessly in pursuit of the most positive outcome possible in your case.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
The stakes are high when you are accused of a crime. Contact us today to discuss the details of your case and what can be done to minimize the impact of these charges on your life.