Defense strategies must be tailored to every case
Deciding on a criminal defense strategy is a big decision in any criminal defense case. Last week, we discussed some of the misconceptions of an insanity defense. That is only one possibility for a person who is facing criminal charges.
We know that you probably have a lot of questions about your case. One of those questions might be about how you will be able to fight the charges against you. There are several things that can help to determine the most suitable defense strategy for any case.
It is important for you to know that your defense actually starts when you get arrested. How you interact with police officers and what information you give out can have a big impact on your case. With that in mind, it is vital for you to ensure that you invoke your right to counsel and that you take advantage of other rights you have, such as the right to remain silent.
When you contact us about your case, we have to look into the circumstances of your case. Those circumstances let us know what options we can offer for defending you. It is important to take this personalized approach because every case is different. What works for one client facing a drug charge won’t necessarily work for another client who is facing a violent crime charge.
Once a defense strategy is agreed upon, we can work to develop your defense. From there, we will stand beside you at every step of the criminal justice process to help you ensure that your rights are protected.