Plan of Attack

"Storm'd at with shot and shell, Boldly they rode and well, Into the jaws of Death, Into the mouth of Hell, Rode the six hundred." 
--Tennyson, The Charge of the Light Brigade

Plan of Attack

Some people believe that it is unnecessary to retain counsel with regard to criminal allegations until the accused has been indicted by a Grand Jury or formally charged.  Our office takes a contrary position to this strategy, suggesting that the accussed retain an attorney and have them involved in the process as soon as possible.  This pro-active approach allows more time to investigate, obtain and preserve perishable evidence and to preserve witnesses testimony before memories fade or other motivations develop which can cause the truth to vary.  

Early involvement affords us the opportunity to identify factual, statutory and Constitutional issues important to the defense of your case. Once these issues are identified, we take great pride in keeping ahead of the prosecution with our investigation, while at the same time pushing to develop the most effective strategies to defend your case.  Being proactive in a criminal case will often make the difference between liberty and wrongful or unnecessary incarceration.