Criminal charges are serious charges, and require serious representation.
If you are charged with a criminal offense, you need to have an attorney who not only knows the law, but understands how the laws can work for, and against, you. Knowing how to handle a criminal case just isn’t enough. A good criminal law attorney needs to know how to handle people, too. Many times, just a few simple statements can make (or break) a criminal case.
It is absolutely essential that your attorney knows how to skillfully navigate through the legal process. This means not only working through the facts of your case, but effectively working with the other people involved (the prosecutors, judge, witnesses, and law enforcement officers) so that key opportunities are not missed. At any point, there may arise something that will either work for or against you. Knowing exactly what to look for is a skill that Ed Farrell has developed over the years. It's his job to be sure that every helpful or harmful opportunity is handled in a way that's best for you.
Not all sentencing outcomes are the same. Criminal charge sentencing is an important area where a good attorney can work to modify your sentencing guidelines, always striving to get the best possible result.
Criminal charges cover a wide range of areas, including:
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