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The importance of depositions when facing state charges

If you're facing state charges, regardless of whether for misdemeanor or felony offenses, then you're likely going up against a prosecutor who wants nothing more than to obtain a conviction. This means that they are going to do everything they can to build their case. They will leave no stone unturned in their effort to find evidence of guilt, which can put you in a difficult position. However, you can take the same steps prosecutors do in order to protect yourself as fully as possible.

Woman faces DWI offenses and more after hitting police car

In Pennsylvania, drivers who are alleged to have been driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated can face a series of charges and penalties. Often, however, the charges they face can include other allegations that can make the situation worse. If, for example the driver tried to flee law enforcement, they can be charged with a crime for that. When accumulating the potential penalties, convictions can have a life-changing effect. Therefore, it is important to think about effective ways to formulate a defense.

Suppressing evidence when facing drug charges

Drug charges can threaten to rip a lot away from an accused individual. To start, an individual's freedom can be taken upon conviction with the implementation of a lengthy prison sentence. A criminal conviction on drug charges can also land an individual with significant fines that can ruin his or her financial viability for years, sometimes even decades, to come. Drug charges alone can also threaten an individual's reputation in his or her professional communities. With so much at stake, it is crucial that those who have been accused of committing a drug crime develop the best criminal defense possible under the circumstances.

What is a plea negotiation?

Criminal defense guidance should always be sought from Butler-based legal professionals who actively work in the state and federal criminal defense field of law. The following post will briefly discuss the legal concept of plea negotiations and how they may be used during a criminal defendant's trial prep and defense planning. However, the information provided herein should not serve as a substitute for individual legal advice.

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