Your thought process during a criminal justice process has to take the facts of the case into account. For defendants, critical thinking must be part of the strategy creation. While you are thinking about what defense to use, you have to be able to look at the situation from the outside. A large portion of what you need to do is to think about how things appear to people who don't have any prior knowledge of the issue at hand.
We know that this isn't easy since you know what happened. It is important to remember that how you present facts and call things into question can have a big impact on the way that your side of the case is perceived.
As you are going over the case against you, take the time to consider what the prosecution is likely to claim. From there, you can determine the manner in which you will address each claim. We can help you work through this, but we need to ensure that we will have time to thoroughly review the case against you.
Trying to find places in the prosecution's case to insert reasonable doubt is easy in some instances; however, there are some cases in which that is going to be difficult. Determining how strong of a defense you can present can make a difference in how you handle the case.
We will help you evaluate all of the possibilities that you have for your defense so that you can make an informed decision about how you will proceed. You need to let us know your plan so we know how to proceed with our strategy planning.