Why Seek Legal Help With a Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney
There are many reasons why you should seek legal counsel if you have been charged with a crime in the Dallas area. The penalties for a criminal charge can be very severe and include prison time, monetary fines, probation, or other penalties. The following are some ways that a Dallas criminal defense attorney can help your case:
- Advise You On Your Options. Dallas criminal defense attorney John L. Corn has successfully represented thousands of criminal defendants. You can benefit through his experience by getting an unbiased and fair assessment of your options and defenses. You can get a realistic expectation of your case and have a good idea of what the next steps will be.
- Negotiate With Prosecutors. Prosecutors are hardened negotiators. They make deals for a living. To get the best plea deal for you, you will want a criminal defense attorney with as much experience negotiating favorable plea deals for defendants.
- Help You Focus on Your Personal Life. The criminal justice system is very complex and can suck up much of your time. By hiring an attorney, you can free up your time to deal with your personal matters, while allowing your attorney to focus on your legal issues and to deal with prosecutors and judges.
- Represent Your Interests in Court. If your case goes to trial, you will want need an advocate for your interests. The criminal trial process involves many nuances such as dealing with a judge, jury, and opposing party. Your attorney can help establish your defense, line up witnesses, and make legal arguments in court.
Every case is unique and you may have different reasons for needing a criminal defense attorney. If you are unsure if you need an attorney in your case or have questions about how an attorney can help you, you should contact an attorney.
Contact a Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney
If you need assistance with your criminal charge, contact The Law Office of John L. Corn, P.C. You can schedule a consultation to discuss the specifics of your case by calling 214-528-4529.