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When most folks are charged with a serious crime, they are not sure what they should do next. They are scared about the consequences and what it could mean for their future. They might be worried about whether they will be able to get the job they want or move into the apartment of their dreams. The cards are certainly stacked against them unless they have a skilled defense attorney advocating on their behalf.
If you have been charged with a crime, the New Haven, IN criminal defense attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office will ensure that you are represented faithfully and negotiate the best possible outcome.
We do not just represent you while you are in the courtroom. Defense attorneys represent you through all stages of the process. This includes when you are being interrogated by police. We preserve your rights and the integrity of your defense before law enforcement can begin chipping away at it.
While it may feel like you are guilty before the verdict has been read, the prosecutor who is trying your case must still prove their claims beyond a reasonable doubt. In many instances, those who were caught in the commission of a crime are overcharged for that crime so that the prosecution can plead you down to a lesser offense and make it seem like you are getting a deal. Only a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney can determine the strength of the prosecution’s case and ensure that you aren’t overcharged or being railroaded on flimsy evidence.
The Bellinger Law Office represents defendants in a wide variety of criminal cases. These include:
In addition, The Bellinger Law Office can help you get your criminal record sealed or expunged. We also help those who have suspended licenses apply for hardship licenses.
The New Haven, IN criminal defense attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office have represented hundreds of good people charged with serious crimes. Contact us today and we can begin preparing your defense immediately.
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