The defense of a criminal case, whether simple or complex, involves more than just the facts stated in a police report. It’s our job to earn your trust, listen to what you have to say, and ultimately prepare your case to achieve the best results possible. We build your defense by speaking with witnesses and researching the law. Sometimes that involves hiring an investigator or involving expert witnesses who can help explain your story.
We work the old-fashioned way, by going to the scene and by talking to witnesses face to face. We want to know not only what people have to say, but how they say it. Only by fully understanding your story can we make a prosecutor, or a judge, or a jury understand it.
Make no mistake: a trial is a street fight. We prepare for the expected and anticipate the unexpected. We know first-hand what really goes on inside of a courtroom. We have the knowledge and experience to try your case to a jury.
Not every case is destined for a jury trial. Sometimes the goal of representation is settlement of a case, a plea bargain. In those cases we work hard to make sure that you are given favorable treatment.
You deserve a lawyer you can trust: one with the knowledge and experience to guide you through the criminal justice system; one in whom you can confide the good, the bad and the ugly. That is the lawyer who can provide you wise counsel about your options.