All criminal offenses carry the risk of jail, whether it is for a misdemeanor or a felony. If you have prior convictions, you may be facing a mandatory minimum sentence, perhaps without the possibility of parole. The consequences of any criminal offense -- a crime of violence, burglary, theft, or any other type of crime -- can be devastating. You may face a mandatory minimum jail sentence, perhaps without the possibility of parole. You may lose the right to vote, possess a handgun, receive government assistance or, if you are not a citizen, you may be deported from this country.
Whether you are charged with a crime of violence, burglary, theft, or any other type of crime, It is essential that you hire an attorney. You will need someone who is familiar with the court system and the law. You need an attorney who will gather the necessary witnesses and evidence and be prepared to defend you in court.
The prosecution will stop at nothing to gain a conviction in court. They will call witnesses and present evidence in an effort to see you convicted. They may call police officers to testify or hire expert witnesses in an attempt to persuade a jury of your guilt. Without proper representation, you likely have no chance at a good result. I can help you take apart the prosecution's case and present your best defense.
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony crime in Maryland, I can help. I care enough to ensure that you will have the best outcome possible. Contact me today.