When you or a loved one is facing a criminal charge, you need an aggressive advocate on your side. You need someone who will help you understand what’s happening, when it’s happening. The Law Office of Justin T. Wayne, LLC works closely with clients to understand and resolve their issues, taking the time to listen to and understand each client's unique situation, and explain the available options. When facing criminal charges there are many options that can reduce or eliminate a conviction, including diversion, deferred prosecution, drug court, suppression of evidence obtained during an illegal search or seizure, plea negotiations, pre-trial motions, or acquittal at trial by a jury of your peers.
No criminal defense lawyer can promise you an acquittal or a favorable plea bargain; making such guarantees is unethical. However, the nature of the legal system is such that prosecuting attorneys often have enormous advantages over defendants. Many of those accused of crimes lack the resources to hire competent legal representation – and because district attorneys possess significant leverage over defendants, many defendants end up negotiating away their rights and signing onto plea bargains that will haunt them for years.
We will investigate your case and find the flaws in the state's theories, find witnesses and arrange expert testimony on your behalf, and do everything possible to achieve preferred outcomes. Of course, the reality is that many criminal cases are handled outside the courtroom. Plea negotiations are where the skill of your defense attorney will truly come into play. The Law Office of Justin T. Wayne’s defense lawyers will be your champion in these negotiations and make sure your rights are defended and interests represented.
Call today for a free consultation to discuss your rights and the legal options you have moving forward.
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