Need Your Criminal Defense Case Reviewed? Khonsari Law Group Can Help

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By visiting a criminal defense attorney, an individual who is accused of a crime learns about all the circumstances of the case. An attorney understands what the court needs to convict the person and what sentence and penalties the person faces if convicted. By hiring an attorney, the client gets a fresh perspective on their case and learns about a suitable defense strategy.  

Presenting Alternative For First-Time Offenders

First-time offenders may have access to lesser sentences based on their lack of criminal history. A prime example of these opportunities is when a driver is accused of a DUI. Under the circumstances, the defendant chooses to enter into a drug or alcohol program to get help with addiction.

Addiction is a common cause of drunk driving and operating a vehicle under the influence of controlled substances. Individuals who are facing a criminal charge get help by contacting Khonsari Law Group now. 

Assessing the Strength of the Prosecutor’s Case

When building a criminal defense, the attorney must review all evidence presented by the prosecution and the testimony of all witnesses. An attorney has access to these details before the case begins, and their findings help the attorneys define what is required to discredit the evidence and prevent the defendant from getting convicted.  

Searching for Evidence to Exonerate the Accused

When investigating the case, the criminal defense attorney investigates all leads that could prove their client’s innocence. The process starts with potential alibis and testimony that shows the defendant either wasn’t present at the scene of the crime or didn’t commit the crime.

Now, if the person committed the crime, but it wasn’t their intention for the victim to sustain injuries, the evidence must show what happened during the commission of the crime and why the person isn’t guilty as outlined in the law and by the criminal justice system.  

They Know How to Protect the Defendant’s Future

Evidence isn’t the only aspect of defending a person facing a criminal conviction, and the attorneys must find ways to protect the interests of the individual. For example, a person who is accused of sexual assault that is exonerated by the court could still face scrutiny from the public. Whenever possible, the defense attorney could find legal ways to minimize the coverage of the case to prevent a lasting impact on the person’s life after the individual has been acquitted. 

Predicting Possible Case Outcomes

An attorney who has managed numerous criminal cases has the ability to predict the outcome of a case based on the evidence and testimony of witnesses. When approaching a new defense for the current client, the lawyers must find what defense applies and how the defense is presented to the court. 

For example, if the prosecution has a murder weapon with the victim’s blood, this evidence doesn’t prove necessarily that the victim is dead, but it does show that the victim was injured with the weapon. The prosecution must have the defendant’s DNA or fingerprints on the murder weapon to link them to the potential murder. If there isn’t a body, the chances of proving the murder happened or the defendant did it become slim. 

Criminal cases require an advanced understanding of state laws and regulations, and attorneys must understand how these laws work in favor of their clients. By hiring an attorney, defendants could have a better chance of avoiding the conviction. 

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