What Can A Criminal Defense Lawyer Do For Me

Thousands of citizens are taken into custody every day in the state California alone.  The state law allows the police to arrest an individual if the law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe a violation of a criminal law has occurred.  In many cases a criminal defense lawyer can help resolve the case before a person ever goes to Court.  A local attorney can arrange a meeting with the district attorney and attempt to have charges dropped.

A local Criminal Defense Lawyer can help to advise the person in what to say and do when questioned by investigators after the arrest.  Should the case go to Court, a seasoned attorney can give the person an edge in prevailing at a jury trial.  A common practice is to wait until you go to Court until you begin to think about hiring a criminal defense lawyer.  The problem with this way of thinking is that the case does not sleep while you are waiting to go in front of a Judge.  The police are working behind the scene to build a strong case that will be presented to the District Attorney.  A local attorney at law can intervene if retained early enough and work our resolutions in many cases.  Most lawyers have ongoing relationships with law enforcement and prosecutors and can utilize those resources to resolve criminal charges.  In many cases, the criminal lawyer can initiate an investigation to acquire exculpatory evidence and information which can subsequently be presented to the district attorney in order to get charges dropped.

About thetorranceattorney

Matthew Ruff is a Torrance criminal defense attorney located near the 405 freeway on Crenshaw Blvd. Focusing on DUI and serious criminal cases for over twenty five years. In addition to criminal cases, Matthew also defends clients at the DMV regarding license suspension hearings stemming from drunk driving arrests.
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