Frequently Asked Questions

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT DEFENDING YOUR CASE

These answers are meant to provide general information regarding common questions asked to criminal defense lawyers. Every case must be analyzed individually. This information is not a substitute for consulting with an experienced criminal defense lawyer about your case. This information is also not meant to give legal advice, but is meant solely for general informational purposes.

HIRING AN ATTORNEY AND MAKING BOND

I HAVE NOT BEEN CHARGED WITH A CRIME BUT I AM BEING INVESTIGATED BY STATE AND/OR FEDERAL AUTHORITIES WHAT SHOULD I DO?

I HAVE BEEN ARRESTED. HOW DOES BAIL WORK AND HOW DO I MAKE BOND?

HOW DO I FIND AN ATTORNEY & WHAT WILL I BE CHARGED?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT AN ATTORNEY IS "BOARD CERTIFIED" IN CRIMINAL LAW?

WHEN DECIDING ON WHICH ATTORNEY I SHOULD HIRE, DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE IF I AM CHARGED IN FEDERAL COURT?

WILL IT HELP IF MY ATTORNEY WAS A FORMER PROSECUTOR?

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR A COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY? DO I WANT ONE?

I ALREADY HAVE AN ATTORNEY, BUT I AM NOT HAPPY WITH THE ATTORNEY. WHAT CAN I DO?

DO I NEED AN INVESTIGATOR OR EXPERTS TO HELP PREPARE MY CASE?

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