When facing criminal charges, harsh sentencing is possible. The sentencing can include high fines or jail time. The ultimate penalty is the criminal record that can influence your future employment, living arrangements, driving privileges, and so much more. But while it is difficult to do, it is important to try not to worry too much because your attorney can help you reach the best possible result in your case. Even if you are guilty, reducing the charges so that the punishment is reduced can have a more positive impact on your future than if you were to have to pay the maximum price for the crime.
But no matter if you are innocent or guilty, hiring an experienced attorney means reducing the chances of conviction. Your attorney has to be skilled, aggressive, and understanding. Your attorney must also have experience and be hands-on in order to get to the bottom of the case and reveal the truth to the court.
Full Service Representation
Everyone charged with a crime needs a criminal attorney Anoka County clients trust with their best interests. Judith A. Samson will guide you through the entire legal process. Quality representation starts from the first telephone call through to the verdict. You can expect her to keep the momentum through the entire case in order to give you the vigorous defense that you deserve. You can also expect:
- Great Communication
- Experience and Understanding
- A Free Consultation
It is very important for your attorney to communicate well with you. This means not leaving you in the dark regarding specific actions or strategies being put in place. If you have a question, there are no restrictions placed on the number of telephone calls that you can make. You should not have to be left wondering what happens next. Through the free consultation, you are told what to expect in your case once all of the information you provide is gathered. It is then that the experience of your attorney will start to go to work for you.
Some clients that have been convicted wonder what they can do to have the conviction removed from their record. Because a conviction has lifelong consequences, it can be in an individual’s best interest to have a conviction expunged so that they can acquire a good paying job or find a nice place to live. This is one of the reasons why your attorney will work hard to have consequences reduced. Later on, the record could be expunged.
Nevertheless, it is best to wait at least two years and the conviction should not be murder, a sex crime, or a DWI. For other offenses, your attorney can inform the judge that the record is preventing you from acquiring a job, finding housing, or causing another hardship that is affecting the quality of your life. If expunged, you are able to move on with your life as if the crime never happened.
Contact An Anoka County DWI Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you don’t have to feel alone. Judith A. Samson possesses the experience needed to properly represent you in a court of law. All you have to do is schedule your free consultation by calling 612-333-8001 to learn what your rights are and how an attorney can help you reach the ideal conclusion in your case.