The Criminal Justice System Is NOT A Game!

It’s not a cliche, it’s your constitutional right.

If you have been charged with a crime, make sure you are protected.

Talk to local criminal defense attorneys for free.

The criminal justice system today is a twisted puzzle for most people. It is stressful, time consuming and potentially life altering for anyone who is charged with a crime. If you are charged with a crime, the court systems can drain valuable time and resources from you and even potentially take away your freedom if you’re proven guilty.

To speak with a criminal defense attorney, call us at (800) 319-4955 or fill out the contact form on this page.

But all is not lost! Being charged with a crime is not the end of the world! With the help of an attorney, you may decide to go to trial in hopes of being acquitted. Or you may want to try negotiating a plea agreement and working toward a reduced sentence that is appropriate for your particular situation. A trained criminal defense attorney will fight for your rights in every step of your case. Having one by your side could mean the difference between prison time and probation!

Remember, the government carries the burden of proving beyond a reasonable doubt, in front of a jury of your peers, that you committed the crime you are being accused of. You are innocent until the state meets this lofty burden of proof. Under the protection of the Fifth and Sixth Amendment, you have the right to NOT incriminate yourself and the right to an attorney any time you are charged with a crime. That means you don’t have to talk to the police until your attorney is present.

A licensed and well trained criminal defense attorney can help you navigate the complexities of defending against a criminal case from start to finish. Protect yourself and your rights by talking to a licensed criminal defense attorney today.

Complete the form on this page to have local attorneys call you directly. The form is quick and easy to complete and an attorney will contact you at no cost or obligation.