Which Attorney Will Represent You in Court?

31_Aug_2011_Civil_Party_Lead_Co-Lawyer_SimmoneauAnyone who has been charged with a crime has to remember one very important thing. “You are innocent until proven guilty beyond the shadow of a doubt.” If you didn’t do it, normally, you wouldn’t have one thing to worry about, but with an astute prosecutor who knows how to tell stories in a different light, you’re Dallas criminal defense attorney better be ready to defend you in an extremely firm and knowledgeable way to get your charges dropped. This can be done and will very likely be done if you are telling the truth. The statement, “the truth will set you free” is absolutely true.

Criminal law is not a game, but it can be played like a chess game by the defense and the prosecution attorneys. Through the years of experience they’ve both obtained, going to court becomes so learned that it’s almost second nature to them. Each one has his own method of proving or bringing a criminal to the verdict they want to obtain or in obtaining freedom for them. This is exactly why you see the same attorneys on the news that fight for a hated murderer, simply because they can get the most lenient verdict for them.

People are arrested every day. Some for Cyber crimes, pornography, DUI, DWI, selling drugs, prostitution, murder, fraud, child endangerment, robbery and any other sort of heinous crime people may think to do. An attorney hired to fight for a criminal does his job on the premise that his client is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. After conversing with his client and a guilty plea is entered, time in jail may be shortened. As you can see, there are many elements in a court case that both the attorneys understand like the back of their hand.

A strategy must be developed by each attorney to present a case for each side while in court. Each one sees a side of the facts that are either extremely important to his client or one that could be detrimental to his client. The truth should prevail, but many times it’s the way the case is presented in court that will receive the best outcome at the end of the day.