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Why a private criminal defense attorney might be right for you

On Behalf of | Jul 15, 2022 | Criminal Defense

Are you worried about what criminal charges mean for your future? If so, then you’re ready to start considering your criminal defense options. Besides, putting forth the strongest criminal defense possible is the best way to ensure that you protect your rights and maximize your chances of beating the prosecution.

Your choice of attorney matters

There are a lot of routes you can take when it comes to obtaining representation in your criminal case. To start, you can choose to represent yourself, but that might not be your best option if you’re unfamiliar with the law and its intricacies. Another option is to choose a public defender, if you qualify for one. But these individuals are oftentimes overworked and don’t provide you with the one-on-one attention and zealous advocacy that you need and deserve.

That leaves you with considering a private criminal defense attorney. Here are some of the benefits of choosing this type of representation:

  • You get an attorney who is highly experienced in this area of the law, meaning that your attorney will know how to utilize statutory and case law, as well as the rules of evidence and the trial rules, to your advantage.
  • Your attorney will keep you informed as to case developments so that you can participate in making the defense decisions that are right for you.
  • You’ll have an advocate who will know how to anticipate the prosecution’s arguments so that they can be rebutted to the fullest extent possible.
  • You’ll be able to work with a firm that has the resources necessary to ensure that your criminal defense is robust, which may include utilizing a private investigator or securing testimony from an expert witness.

Are you ready to develop the legal defense that you need on your side?

The threat of criminal conviction can be paralyzing. But don’t let aggressive prosecutors and law enforcement officers scare you into inaction. After all, you might have strong criminal defense options at your disposal, even if the evidence seems insurmountable.