Courtesy of William Bronchic, Esq. & Bronchick Law
At Bronchick Law, we specialize in Real Estate, entity formation, asset protection estate planning. We aren’t defense attorneys but when people are accused of a crime, they should find a defense attorney right away. Most attorneys who are criminal defenders usually find their clients in great danger of going to jail or being sentenced to death. A good criminal defense lawyer will represent anyone committed a crime to the best of his or her ability. Sometimes the lawyer can choose to quit a case if they have a personal conflict while dealing with the case, but a lawyer cannot leave their client hanging.
If a lawyer in America to get off a case, they must be able to find a replacement lawyer that can do the job. Many times an attorney will realize that they are working for the wrong side and will withdraw from the case. However, if they don’t have another criminal defense attorney to replace them they can be disbarred and lose their practicing license. A good defense attorney will also try to negotiate with prosecutors for lesser sentencing or reduced charges. This is called a deal in the legal world and depending on the seriousness of the crime, a deal may not be offered or accepted by the D.A. or district attorney.
Criminal defense attorneys do so much more than examine witnesses and argue in court. They also formulate sentencing programs that are fixed to the client’s needs like offering rehab instead of jail time. They also make sure that the defendant knows the reality of the situation and the stakes that in the case.
Many times, this is when the defendant could possibly get the death penalty. In some cases, they will tell the client to fight or give in depending on the stakes. They are also familiar with all important laws because there are so many loopholes in the system. A good lawyer knows how to find the loopholes so that they can win the case. They are also familiar with the rules and procedures of the court.
They know what the prosecutor, the jury wants to hear, and they state them all in their opening and closing statements. They also understand the hidden costs of pleading guilty like how it will affect their client’s life for the end of time they will be marked as a felon. A good defense attorney will spend special time on all their cases with all effort to win. Many will represent anyone who can afford their services, while some pick and choice based on rather they can win.
Good defense attorneys will choose clients that they honestly believe and that they honestly want to help rather or not the client is guilty or innocent. A good defense attorney will follow their code of ethics and go for cases that are important to them. A good defense attorney will spend hours thinking about the possible questions that their client will be asked, as well as, the questions that they will ask the prosecution’s witnesses. This may require an investigation team so that they can find information that will make every witness that is against the defendant less credible. They will try to do whatever it takes to represent their clients to their fullest capabilities.