To defend against a charge of criminal conduct, an individual needs the advice of legal counsel to provide advice and plan strategy.
Any one accused of criminal wrongdoing has the absolute right to a trial. In a criminal matter,
the accused has a Constitutional right to a trial by jury. Since every criminal defendant is presumed innocent,
the prosecutor, at a jury trial, must offer evidence, and convince all twelve jurors beyond a reasonable
doubt that the government has proven all elements of each criminal charge.
As your attorney, I will assess the strengths and weaknesses of the government’s case.
I will explain the language of the law and its application to your circumstances.
We will review your Constitutional rights, and I will advise you how to exercise your rights to fortify your defense.