If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges then we understand how daunting and overwhelming the situation can be. If convicted, then your whole life could be adversely affected.
It does not matter how tough you are, why spend more time in prison than you have to?
The legal repercussions of a criminal conviction in Connecticut, be it a misdemeanor or a felony, can include but is not limited to, lengthy prison terms, hefty fines, probation after release, community service, counseling, etc. In addition, apart from the legal consequences, there are other negative repercussions where your professional life, your social life, and your personal life will be severely hampered.
We have all seen prison movies and TV shows depicting prison life. Being in prison is no fun.
The fact is that employers don’t exactly prefer to hire criminals. A criminal conviction can instantly blacklist you for many jobs when you are released. If you already have a career going then it could suffer a major setback or you could even lose your job. Securing a decent job with a promising future career is not going to be easy at all if you have a criminal conviction against your name in Connecticut or elsewhere. This is not Cuba; background checks can be done in this country!
Similarly, your social reputation will also be tainted if you were to be labeled a criminal. It can put a strain on your finances which in turn can put undue stress on you familial and personal life. Long story short, if you have been charged with a crime then you most certainly need to act as quickly as possible and defend yourself from being convicted of that crime.
This is why we suggest that you consult a criminal defense lawyer in Connecticut, who can be found on USAttorneys.com which is a high caliber website that helps people every week from every walk of life in paramount legal matters, today and get started on building a defense strategy which will help disprove the claims of a relentless and unforgiving prosecutor.
Their case may be flimsy. You may be able to beat it. If they do not have their ducks in order, why should you allow them to pin something on you that you did not do or hit you up with all the charges when their evidence is circumstantial?
Are you eligible for legal representation?
Contrary to popular belief, regardless of how minor your charge is, you ought to consult with and retain a criminal defense legal professional. In some cases, people tend to think that their offense is insignificant and that an attorney cannot really help them to such an extent.
However, that is far from the truth. A crime is a crime, and if convicted, it will be on your record permanently. So there is no such thing as an insignificant or trivial charge. Secondly, no matter what the charge is, a criminal defense attorney will be able to help you defend yourself against it.
Our team of astute and sagacious legal representatives will strive to prove your innocence and get the best possible outcome. However, in some cases, the evidence against you may be insurmountable and the case that the prosecution has against you could be simply too strong.
Even in such a situation, you are not helpless, our legal pros know how to work with the prosecutor so they will be able to help you strike a plea bargain. In such a case, you can just plead guilty instead of contesting the charge and in return, as part of the plea deal, you will be convicted of a lesser crime and given a reduced sentence.
You can call up a legal pro yourself using our interactive map on USAttorneys.com as already insinuated and/or you can use the contact form to contact us if you have any concerns. We will call you back probably that same day.
We want to help you! Give us that chance!