Benefits of a Plea Bargain Versus a Trial
There are cases in which individuals charged with DUI are offered a plea bargain by the prosecutor and they must decide whether they want to take the option of the reduced charge and a conviction. This is an important decision, and with the assistance of a Cherokee County DUI lawyer, you can discuss whether you would like to make a plea bargain or go to trial. Many individuals who are represented by the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson choose to go to trial, as there is a strong possibility that they will be found not guilty.
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In certain cases, such as a DUI charge that included an injury, fatality or other serious accident, a plea bargain may be an option that you could discuss with the attorney representing you to determine what is in your best interest. Each case is individual and requires the full attention of a skilled DUI lawyer from the firm to assist you in determining the best option in your case.
The legal team at the firm has over 20 years experience in dealing with all types of DUI charges. When you work with an attorney from the firm, you will receive the benefit of extensive experience, personalized attention, and dedication to success. Contacting the firm to discuss your case must be done immediately after your arrest so that actions to defend you are quickly initiated. Every case has possible options and you can be assured that the attorney will work tirelessly to defend you. Protecting your rights and your future are of utmost concern.
Contact a Cherokee County DUI Lawyer from the firm today to get your questions regarding plea bargains and trials answered.