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You have been arrested and/or accused of a crime, now what? Don’t just trust your freedom to anyone. Our experienced attorneys can help you get the result that you desire. If you are eligible for bail, we will work with a bail bonds man to get out of jail. If not, we will work quickly to bring your case to a conclusion so that you can move on with your life. Either way, our attorneys will mount an aggressive defense if you and your Constitutional Rights no matter where you are accused in State or Federal Court, we will be there at your side every step of the way.

Remember, being convicted of a crime can have serious consequences for many years to come:

• Time in County Jail or State Prison
• A Criminal Record to Follow You for the Rest of Your Life
• Fine and/or Restitution Order
• Probation
• Parole
• Anger Management Classes
• Parenting Classes
• Domestic Violence Classes
• Losing Your Right to Own a Gun
• Losing Your Right to Vote
• Revocation/Suspension of Your Driver’s License
• Registering with the Local Police as a Gang Member
• Registering with the Local Police as a Narcotics Offender
• Registering as a Sex Offender for the Rest of Your Life
• Being Turned Down for Employment Because of Your Record

Know Your Rights

Right to an Attorney

Defendants have the right to an attorney throughout legal proceedings. The court will appoint an attorney for the defendant at no charge if he/she cannot afford to hire one. Yet, at the end of the case, they may be asked to pay all or part of the cost for that attorney, if he/she can afford to.

Right to a Jury Trial

Defendants have the right to a speedy, public jury trial.At the trial, the defendant is presumed innocent, and cannot be convicted unless 12 impartial jurors have been convinced of the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Right to Confront Witnesses

Defendants have the right to confront and cross-examine all witnesses testifying against them.

Right Against Self-Incrimination

The defendant has the right to remain silent, to prevent self-incrimination, and the right to testify on their own behalf.

Right to Produce Evidence

The defendant has the right to present evidence and to have the court issue a subpoena to bring into court all witnesses and evidence favorable to them, at no cost to them.

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