Being charged with or convicted of a crime is one of the scariest ordeals that a person can experience. Not only can you be deprived of your freedom for an extended period of time, but you might also be forced to pay fines and incur other significant and lasting penalties.
Even if you have been charged with a crime and are pending trial, your constitutional rights still remain in full force. If you have been charged with a crime, no matter how big or small, contact the experienced legal team at Nickola Law today. Our experienced Flint criminal defense lawyers can meet with you to discuss your criminal charge, listen to your version of the story, and set to work defending you in your criminal matter today.
Although some criminal convictions carry higher penalties than others, there is really no such thing as a “minor” criminal charge. All criminal offenses should be taken seriously, and failing to do so could lead to harsh penalties and other long-lasting consequences.
As soon as you are arrested and charged with a criminal offense, prosecutors and investigators will begin to gather evidence and start to build their case against you. Consequently, you should hire an experienced Flint criminal defense lawyer as soon as you possibly can to represent you throughout the proceedings.
At Nickola Law, our knowledgeable team of lawyers handles a variety of different criminal charges and cases on a regular basis. Criminal cases that we handle include the following:
If you have been arrested or charged with any of these offenses, contact us as soon as possible for assistance.
The potential penalties imposed for a conviction in a criminal case depend on a variety of factors. Those factors include whether the charge is a felony or misdemeanor, as well as the specific allegations in a case, including any aggravating factors or prior convictions on your record. Potential consequences could include fines, jail time, probation, community service, driver’s license suspension, and more. You also might suffer harm to your reputation, which can make it difficult for you to rent housing, qualify for educational programs, or find a job.
In many cases, defendants can raise one or more legal defenses to a criminal charge. For example, a defendant may allege that his or her constitutional rights were violated or that the police engaged in entrapment techniques. The accused could also argue that someone else threatened them with bodily harm if they refused to commit the crime or that they acted in self-defense. Our skilled lawyers can identify all possible defenses in your specific case.
If you have been charged with a crime in Flint, the experienced attorneys at Nickola Law can formulate an effective legal defense on your behalf. To schedule a free consultation or case evaluation with a Flint criminal defense lawyer, contact us today.
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