Learning your options for every step in your defense is vital
When you are charged with any crime, one of the first things that you have to do is to decide on how you are going to answer the charges. You have to do that during your plea. You can choose to plead not guilty, guilty or no contest. That is a big decision that you should think carefully about. We can help you explore those options so that you can make a plea that you are comfortable with.
Once you make your plea, we can start building your defense case. This involves learning about different laws that pertain to your case. Just last week, we discussed the case of the gun law that was ruled unconstitutional by the Alabama Supreme Court. When rulings like that one apply to your case, we can help you explore how to use those rulings.
It is important to understand that not every criminal defense case is the same. We have to take the specifics of your case into account when we explore your options for a defense. Plea negotiations might work for some cases, but not others. Trying to get a charge reduced or dropped might be possible for some cases, but not all cases.
We know that you want the best outcome possible for your criminal justice case. We can’t promise you that you will walk away without any penalties, but we can promise you that we will work hard on your defense. Don’t just sit around and hope your case goes away. Take a proactive approach and start getting your defense ready today.