It’s important to find an experienced criminal trial lawyer. When a client chooses to fight at trial, your lawyer should work hard to develop the case, collecting all necessary discovery and employing investigators when necessary to ensure he has all the necessary information.The attorney that will fight hard to convince the jury of his client’s perspective. In representing his clients, your attorney should do everything he can to protect their liberty. They should strive to keep his clients out of jail and/or prison, and limit any economic impact from their charges. They should understand some cases should not go to trial and his experience as a criminal defense attorney should include effectively negotiating with your cities area prosecutors for reasonable resolutions of cases with the least possible punishment to his clients
As a lawyer practicing criminal and DUI defense, your attorney’s first goal is to make sure that his clients’ constitutional rights are protected and the burden to his clients is minimized. The first line of defense used by a criminal attorney in many criminal and DUI cases is the filing of motions to suppress evidence. If the Police or prosecuting attorney violated his clients’ rights in any way while collecting evidence, your lawyer should fight to suppress that evidence and when successful, this may lead to dismissal of the criminal or DUI charges. The government must follow the rules, no matter what the charge. This is the foundation of liberty.
In many cases it can be vital to hire a Criminal or DUI Defense Lawyer before charges are brought. In pre-charging negotiations,your attorney should present his client’s point of view to the charging prosecutor, working to persuade the prosecuting attorney not to charge, or to charge correctly and avoid overcharging his clients. Above all, your attorney will ensure that his clients have all the necessary information, and are aware of all the potential consequences so that they may make informed decisions. This forms the foundation of a quality attorney – client relationship.