Just being charged with a criminal offense changes your life. Your reputation suffers and you could even lose your job. Depending on the nature of the charges, if you are a divorced or divorcing parent, child custody and visitation may become issues.
If convicted, you stand to lose your freedom and will likely incur a hefty fine. You will have a permanent criminal record which, when you are released, will make it difficult for you to find housing and employment and even to get a bank loan to buy a car. With so much at stake, you need to protect yourself by finding competent and qualified legal counsel who will protect your constitutional rights and fight for your freedom.
Fighting for Citizens Accused
Frazier Law, will vigorously fight for your freedom. It is important that you do not speak to anyone about your case unless he is present and by your side. This means law enforcement, family members and friends. Anyone except your spouse may be called as a witness against you.
Resist the temptation to confide in your cell mate about the charges against you. Cell mates are notorious for creating opportunities for themselves to testify against another inmate in exchange for obtaining a reduced sentence in their own case.
Some of the felonies with which Frazier Law is qualified to handle include, but are not limited to:
- Domestic violence
- Drug charges
- Sexual offenses
- Theft offenses
- Vehicular manslaughter
- White collar crimes
Contact Frazier Law
At Frazier Law, we review all the facts of your case. We obtain all police and investigative reports and interview witnesses. We know when to call in experts. We make sure all of your constitutional rights are protected including:
- Your Fourth Amendment right to be free of unreasonable and warrantless searches and seizures.
- Your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and to due process of law.
- Your Sixth Amendment right to have legal counsel present at all stages of the proceedings, to a speedy trial and to confront witnesses against you.
If it is in your best interest to negotiate with the prosecutor for reduced charges or penalties, we know how to do that. If conducting an open plea in front of the judge is the best option, we are experienced in handling that. If a better option is taking your case to trial, we will zealously fight for your freedom in the courtroom. Call us for a free consultation.