Most everyone has gotten into a bind or two in life. For a lot of us, it regrettably lands us in the wrong place at the wrong time. This might involve an arrest in certain circumstances. Here at Schnipper Law, P.C., an Atlanta and its surrounding areas criminal defense law firm, we understand that bad things happen to good people. It is our slogan. When you are down on your luck, look to us to turn your luck around. You ought to have some superior news.
Recognizing that you may have been charged with some criminal unlawful activity, it does not mean that you will automatically endure a criminal conviction. Often, in some cases, it is achievable to get your charges dismissed or reduced. Several of our clients have been eligible for pre-trial diversion and/or pre-trial intervention programs which removes their cases out of the court system and can have a favorable outcome in an absolute dropping of all charges after the program is finished. For those who are not qualified, it still may be likely to prevent a conviction and even get your record sealed or expunged. It pays to hire the best Atlanta criminal defense attorney you can find.
Understand your rights! In felony cases, the state may not have had the grand jury convene and your case still maybe unindicted. In that occasion, your Atlanta criminal attorney may be able to negotiate before your case is indicted to increase your chances of preventing a felony prosecution overall. Misdemeanor prosecutions can similarly be negotiated and result in lesser charges or even having all the charges dismissed in certain circumstances. Others can anticipate that their cases may be settled in a way that will clear them for a record sealing or expungement if they are eligible.
Atlanta criminal defense lawyer at Schnipper Law, P.C., has represented each type of felony and misdemeanor arrest out there. From homicides/murders/manslaughters all the way down to traffic offenses, we understand how to defend you! See our specific practice areas sections dealing with criminal trespass, domestic violence, drug crimes, fleeing police, juvenile crimes, obstruction of justice, hit & run accidents, violent crimes, weapons charges, armed robbery and rape/sexual battery for more specific information on your case. At all times remember that you are never compelled to talk with a police officer who is investigating you for a crime. You are entitled to refuse to speak with any law enforcement agency and you have a right to call a Atlanta criminal defense attorney to assist you in the investigative stage. Your rights are not put on hold until following your arrest. You have them precisely now! Let us show you how to implement them and call us today: Schnipper Law, P.C., an Atlanta and its surrounding areas criminal defense law firm at 404-545-5845. We are available for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!