Defending a criminal case involves an honest assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your defense. This assessment can only be made after your case has been thoroughly investigated and analyzed under relevant law.
It takes a knowledgeable and experienced lawyer to comprehend the difference between a good offer and a bad one. We’ll help you understand the merits of your case.
1. Don’t talk to the police.
2. Hire a lawyer.
3. Provide your lawyer with the full facts of the case, the earlier you meet with your lawyer the better chance of recalling all the details.
4.Learn the elements of the offense charged- what the State would have to prove for a conviction.
5.Learn the range of punishment for the offense, if convicted.
6.Unless you reach a settlement of your case in General Sessions, don’t readily waive a preliminary hearing.
7.After an indictment, file a motion for discovery.
8.If you’re looking for a plea agreement, keep negotiations open but be prepared for a jury trial.
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