Jefferson County Criminal Attorney
Confused, frustrated, frightened, angry – these are feelings that people often experience when they are charged with a crime. And could you blame them? The legal system is complex, leaving people unsure of what steps to take next. If you are experiencing one or all of these feelings when charged with a criminal offense, having the right legal tools is essential to promote feelings of security and confidence as you make your way through the process of a trial. With the importance of having a thorough knowledge of criminal law and the skill that come from experience in criminal law cases, hiring a Jefferson County criminal attorney is the best decision you can make for your future.
In order to best contend with the prosecution’s and police’s claims, you and your criminal attorney will need to start your own investigation where you can thoroughly analyze the evidence at hand as well as unearth other evidence that the police have missed. Also, police will want to ask you questions during their own investigation and try to get you to incriminate yourself. With a criminal attorney from Lakewood and Golden, CO at your side; you will know how to respond to the police and have a comprehensive understanding of your own case – leaving you with the ability to make the best choices for your future.
Violent Crimes Charges Defense
Being charged with murder, sexual assault, hate crimes, carjacking, arson, and other violent crimes can be stressful. The stakes are higher, and you have so much more to lose. Also, in being charged with a violent crime, there will be little chance that the court will be empathic towards your case or honestly presume that you are innocent. In protecting yourself from the wrath of the Jefferson County courts, hiring a violent crimes charges defense attorney is critical.
Some of the possible repercussions if found guilty of a violent crime include: severe damage to your reputation and your family’s, high fines and legal fees, incarceration, inability to find future employment, an enduring criminal record, inability to obtain certifications or licenses, and much more. Even worse, you will not have an opportunity for parole until you have served seventy-five percent of your sentence. For some crimes, this will mean that you will never get out of jail.
With so many consequences that could ensue from a violent crimes conviction, why wait another moment to protect yourself? Hiring a Lakewood and Golden violent crimes charges defense attorney will provide you with the knowledge and experience necessary to succeed.
Christopher T. Braddock, Attorney at Law, provides outstanding legal defense for clients charged with violent crimes in the cities of Lakewood and Golden in Jefferson County as well as other counties across Colorado.
A client was accused of aggravated assault with a knife on two individuals. After exhaustive investigation and a 5 day trial, client was found innocent.