Hope is Not Lost
Facing charges and worried about a conviction?
If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, hope is not lost. Yes, you have been charged but does the state have enough evidence to convict you? At first glance, you may believe that this is the case. There is an astonishing fact that few people in the general public know. Many cases in which a defendant was convicted could have been dismissed if the right criminal attorney was on the case. The skill and experience of your defense attorney is the most critical factor in the final outcome of your criminal case. Judges know it, prosecutors know it, and the police know it. With a talented trial attorney fighting for you, you can increase the chances of a favorable outcome significantly. Call today and find out what we could do for you in your case.
Fighting Back - In and Out of Court
There is more to a criminal case than the trial. There is case preparation, pre-trial motions and negotiations with the prosecutor and the District Attorney. We know the actions it requires to gain any benefit for the criminally accused, and once we take on a case, we do it all. Our extensive experience in plea negotiations has been of great benefit to many of our clients, and you deserve to find out what can be done in your case. Could it be dismissed? Could the charged be reduced? Are there defense opportunities that could lead to a full acquittal? We are prepared to fight, and fight hard, both in and out of court.
Why Trial Experience is Critical
Many law firms tend to avoid trial, and in fact, often hire on other attorneys to serve at trial when they must present a defense case. At our firm, we have often been called upon to present the defense case in court. Why? Because experience matters. Confidence, persuasive ability, an organized and compelling presentation of the defense case are all crucial issues that will impact a jury's decision. We urge you to call our firm if you are facing criminal charges. Our legal team has over 50 years of combined experience, and we have served at hundreds of jury trials. We have the experience you truly need on your side.
Our founding attorney, Guy L. Womack, has received three awards from the U.S. Attorney General while serving as a judge advocate in the Marine Corps. We are proud of our legal team's many achievements in criminal court, and we offer our services to you. As advocates for the criminally accused, we take our duty to our clients very, very seriously. We strive to provide the highest level of professional skill in everything we do for our clients, from the moment we take on a case, through to the final resolution.
A Strategy for the Defense
There is only one way to win a criminal case - hard work, dedication and skill. It can take many long hours of research to identify that one factor that can open the door to sufficient reasonable doubt for an acquittal. As the burden of proof lies with the prosecutor, every factor, witness, piece of evidence, lab procedure, police action or other detail that could help you must be fully evaluated as the initial step in the process. We are prepared to get to work and prepare for trial. Call us immediately.