When good people are accused of bad things...
If you have been accused of a crime, you are entitled to fight the accusations aggressively and insist on all your constitutional rights. Why? Because that is the law. In America, we believe in liberty and justice for all. In America, all defendants are entitled to due process of law, the presumption of innocence, the right to remain silent, the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, the right to confront accusers, and the right to force the government to prove each and every allegation against an accused beyond a reasonable doubt.
But there is a problem. Sometimes the government abuses its power and ignores the mandate of liberty and justice for all. Sometimes the government pursues too aggressively people suspected of criminal wrongdoing. Sometimes the government accuses first and asks questions later. Sometimes the government fails to see the real person it is accusing of misconduct and trying to put in jail.
So what can you do? Call us. Get an Advocate to defend your liberty and protect your rights.
At Advocates Law Firm, we defend people accused of criminal misconduct in state and federal courts. That's our business. We have fought the government and protected peoples' rights and liberty since 1983. Whatever the accusation--from motor vehicle violations to murder--we have the experience, skills, and resources to get the best possible result under the circumstances.
At Advocates Law Firm, we pursue all legitimate defenses and do everything we can (within the bounds of law and ethics) to obtain a dismissal or acquittal for our clients. And in those cases where conviction is unavoidable, we do all that we can to avoid incarceration or to minimize the length and severity of that incarceration.
If you (or a loved one) have been accused of criminal misconduct or a serious motor vehicle violation, call us at 860-348-1900 for a free consultation or contact us online. We can help.
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