Designed to Answer Specific Drunk Driving Questions
I do these interviews to try to give some insight on whatever the criminal defense topic is. When you're looking for answers, especially in a criminal case, things can be terrifying. It isn't easy to concentrate before you get those answers and have that knowledge and insight about what you're up against.
You're scared, and you've lost control of your life. So, I do these interviews to give some information regarding a particular topic. If you find something related to your matter, your best bet is to review it. But, as you've probably seen online, there are all kinds of information out there, and a lot of the information you're looking at simply doesn't apply to your case.
Not every piece of information, even on topic, may not apply to your case strictly. So, you use it as a base. You use it to gather information, but ultimately, you will need to sit down and meet with an attorney.
I have you come in. We will go over your case. We figured out what happened. We figure out which court and where the point is, who the prosecutor will be, who the judge will likely be, what their tendencies are, and what you can start gathering to help yourself. These are all essential things.
Number one, being prepared and having information ahead of the court time will only benefit you, and number two, you feel like you're part of your case — you feel like you're involved.
Ultimately though, your attorney will be the one who will sit down with the prosecutor and the judge and figure out precisely what the best strategy is for you and what they can get out of the case.
Sometimes it's a situation where you're innocent, and it's a matter of showing the prosecutors that you're innocent or showing a judge that you're innocent, or ultimately, showing a jury because that's the right you have.
When all else fails, prosecutors file a charge against you after the police have arrested you. The judge won't dismiss the case. You have the right, and it's an absolute right, to have a jury trial, and a jury can decide whether you're innocent or guilty of the charge.
This is a huge right. It's essential, and it's something you should be balancing everything against. In other words, if you could win at a jury trial and they won't dismiss the case, then you know what the answer is. You're going to trial. You're going to gather the evidence, and you're going to fight the case. On the other hand, if you cannot win at a jury trial and realize that, you've then got to design your defense accordingly.
You're not going to go to trial. Your attorney needs to negotiate. It would help if you got character letters.
Related Interviews to a California DUI
So, please look at some of these interviews that I've done. Hopefully, they're on point with your situation, and if they're not, you need a criminal defense attorney, and you need some answer, pick up the phone.
Make the call. I'd be happy to meet with you and start to get control of your case and get you moving in the right direction.
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- What Must be Proven Making A DUI Arrest?
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