At Nickola Law we know that, when it comes to homicide cases, hiring the wrong attorney can result in the client spending decades or even an entire lifetime in incarceration.
An attorney experienced in homicide cases knows that prosecutors will almost always pursue the case as aggressively as possible while seeking the maximum penalty. A good criminal defense attorney also knows that, depending on his or her client’s actions, the specific facts of the cases and a number of other extenuating circumstances, that it almost always makes sense to avoid pleading guilty to the top charge. In homicide cases, the attorney will, instead, move for dismissal of the most severe charges, leaving the lesser offenses. For these reasons it is important to move quickly
“In homicide cases, hiring the right attorney is very important and it should be done as soon as possible,” said David Nickola who has practiced in homicide cases and other criminal cases for more than 25 years. “Having the right legal representation as soon as you can, maximizes your options.”
If you have been charged with a homicide or any other criminal charge do not speak to anyone or submit to any questioning by law enforcement until you have the reputation of a qualified criminal attorney.
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