When you’re charged with a crime, it’s always a stressful experience. Both misdemeanor and felony charges can result in incarceration, costly fines, loss of employment and loss of reputation. All around, your freedom and lifestyle are at stake. Don’t ever go it alone. Consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney like Joel A. Spector. He will take the time to listen to your side of things and render the best legal advice. In addition, he is committed to protecting your rights and attaining the best outcome possible. Attorney Joel A. Spector’s successes include dismissal of criminal charges, reduction in charges, probation rather than prison and reduced sentencing.
The Legal Process: Attorney Joel A. Spector
Even if you’re only a suspect in a crime, the police will likely want to interview you. Attorney Joel A. Spector advises his clients not to answer any questions without his presence. This is to avoid unwittingly saying anything incriminating that can be used against you in court. And don’t fall for the good cop bad cop trick. If there is strong evidence against you, it may be wise to plea bargain. Attorney Joel A. Spector will advise you of both the pros and cons of accepting a plea bargain.
If your case does go to trial, he will have a strong criminal defense strategy in place. This will be developed by talking with law enforcement, getting witness statements, reviewing evidence like DNA, evaluating ballistic reports and more. He will also hire expert witnesses to lessen the credibility of witnesses for the prosecution. Attorney Joel A. Spector has the strong oral skills for a powerful opening and closing statement before the judge and jury and an aggressive cross-examination of witnesses for the prosecutor. Attorney Joel A. Spector handles all types of felonies.
Appeals: The Law Office of Joel A. Spector
Juries can be unpredictable with their verdicts. If the verdict is less than favorable, attorney Joel A. Spector can file an appeal on your behalf. He’s experienced with the appellate process and completes in-depth case research to present a strong argument before the appellate judge.