In our previous blog post, we discussed how some people might be at risk of being falsely accused of domestic violence. That post might have hit home with some people; however, you should understand that domestic violence isn't the only criminal act that a person can be wrongfully accused of.
We know that there are many cases in which a person is accused of something he or she didn't do. In these cases, the person might want to explore every possible avenue to prove that he or she isn't guilty of the actions he or she is accused of. This is completely understandable, and it is a time when you need someone who believes in working hard to show your side of the story. It is important that your side is given in a way that doesn't leave room for doubt about what you say happened.
When you are facing charges that you know aren't accurate, your defense has to focus on showing why the charges aren't valid. This can be difficult, but it should usually start with your defense team looking into the prosecution's case against you. From there, you can work on finding ways to show that what they are claiming didn't actually happen.
In some criminal defense cases, an alibi is the key to proving the defendant isn't guilty. Other possible methods include using DNA or other evidence. We can look into your case and let you know what options we have for fighting the charges. Once we have laid out the possible defense strategies, we can work to build the ones that you decide to pursue.