McIntosh Law Advocates for the accused since 1993

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Advocates For The Accused
Since 1993
McIntosh Law Advocates for the accused since 1993

Speak With Our Attorneys –

Phone: 941-306-3230

What can a good lawyer do for you?

On Behalf of | Jul 6, 2021 | Firm News

When you are dealing with any kind of legal issue, it makes sense to work with a lawyer. Lawyers go through years of education and training to help you through the legal issues you encounter.

If you’re facing criminal charges, using a good attorney can be especially beneficial. From facing police interrogation to appearing in court, they have the skills and education to support you, guide you and help you make the right decisions based on the facts of your case.

Gathering evidence

To start with, your lawyer will begin by looking into what evidence has been collected and what happened leading up to your arrest. For example, if you were involved in a traffic stop, the lawyer will review the stop and make sure that every aspect of it was legal. If the stop itself was illegal, then there is a potential to have certain evidence from the stop excluded – or even get your case dismissed altogether.

Understanding the facts

Your attorney will also work to understand exactly what happened at the event in question. Remember that once you hire a lawyer, anything you share with them will remain confidential under the terms of lawyer-client privilege. Understanding the facts of the case can help your lawyer prepare a strategy for how to respond. For example, they may be able to explore options to get your charges or penalties reduced. Depending on your situation and the strength of the evidence against you, a plea bargain may be worth considering. Your lawyer can talk to you about the pros and cons of this option.

Preparing you for court

Your lawyer can also help to prepare you if you have to go to trial. A good trial lawyer will go over what you should wear, how you should behave and other factors that may influence a jury’s perception of you. They’ll walk you through potential lines of questioning and give you the chance to prepare for your appearance.

From negotiating a plea deal on your behalf to fighting for your innocence, lawyers provide valuable services. Failing to work with an attorney may mean not taking advantage of all the options available to you under the law. When your future and freedom are on the line, you don’t want to take any unnecessary gambles.

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