When Maryland residents find themselves facing criminal charges, they often find many aspects of their life changes as a result -- their colleagues, friends and even family members may view them differently even before the case ever goes to trial. At this time, facing the criminal justice system may seem like a lonely, complicated and never ending process.
However, this does not always have to be the case. Everyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty and has rights from the onset. Availing these rights, such as the right to legal counsel, can end up being very beneficial for those facing criminal charges, as fighting those charges aggressively from the beginning can result in a number of more favorable scenarios. As discussed previously on this blog, though it is not possible to argue in a preliminary hearing, they are essential for understanding the evidence and charges brought against the accused and experienced lawyers, such as those at our law firm, can do just that.
We represent our clients not just during the litigation period, but from the initial stages such as criminal investigations. Our founding member worked as a prosecutor previously and has extensive experience in conducting criminal investigations and guided his clients through this initial phase. He also understands the importance of the hours right after the arrest, when bond hearings, bail hearings and other emergency hearings take place without much advance notice. In these situations, our staff are used to working promptly and against time to advocate for their client's rights.
With more than 28 years of legal experience under his belt, our founding partner has extensive knowledge regarding criminal law and experience in dealing with the criminal system. For more on how he can help clients with their criminal defense, visit our page.