Many concerns and questions go through an individual’s mind when a person is arrested. It might not be entirely clear to them what the person is being accused of. Moreover, the allegations could be severe, making the potential consequences rather harsh. Federal charges often carry harsh penalties, therefore, it is important for those accused of such crimes to take the time to understand their situation and what criminal defense options are available.
At The Law Offices of Massey McClusky, McClusky & Fuchs, we understand the importance of an aggressive defense. In order to initiate the defense process, defendants should be aware of their rights, the charges they are facing and the possible consequences they might endure. While the reality of the situation is not always great, we help our clients become optimistic about their legal defense options.
Because federal charges often carry serious consequences, our legal team works with our clients to reduce or dismiss some or all of the charges against them. Whether it’s a federal drug charge, sex crime, white collar crime or probation violation, our attorneys have years of experience and have helped past clients successfully navigate their defense actions.
While there are chances for appeals, our legal team treats each case as the one and only chance for the defendant to make a defense and preserve their liberties. While going to trial is a traditional way to make a criminal defense, our law firm has experience negotiating plea bargains. Because each case is unique to the accused, each case must be handled with the best interests of the defendant in mind. Our attorneys can guide people through their legal defense options, helping them aggressively protect their rights in any criminal matter.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s federal crime overview. Initiating a criminal defense can be a confusing an emotional process, but it is an important decisions to make following an arrest and being charged with a federal crime. Defendants should be informed of their options so they can make decisions that best meet their needs while also protecting their rights.