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How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?
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How Can A Criminal Lawyer Help You?

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Since 1991, Donna V. Pledge has been dedicated to helping clients in criminal cases including fraud, property theft, DUI cases and more. For a consultation, make sure to give her a call.

Since 1991, Donna V. Pledge has been dedicated to helping clients in criminal cases including fraud, property theft, DUI cases and more. For a consultation, make sure to give her a call.

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  • 1. How Can A Criminal LawyerHelp You?
  • 2. IntroductionYour criminal lawyer can elaborate on yourrights and the legal process. They willdiscuss the case and will gather furtherinformation to be able to defend you. Yourlawyer will ask for your opinion on the casebut will remain objective.Arranging for a criminal lawyer is an appropriate action to take if you havebeen charged with a criminal offence. Whether you are guilty or innocent,you will find that a criminal lawyer is beneficial to properly defend yourcase.
  • 3. IntroductionAn experienced criminal lawyer conducts thorough research and knowsthe appropriate questions to ask in order to set up the right defense. Isthe file against you incomplete? Are the charges inappropriate? Are thewitnesses against you dependable? Were any mistakes made by lawenforcement? Charges may be dismissed or reduced.A criminal lawyer can help by outlining the best options for you andallowing you to make informed decisions. For example, if they find thatthe case cannot be proved, they may suggest that you plead not guilty. Ifthey find that there is a valid case, then they may suggest that pleanegotiations are possible. They can help you prepare for variouscomponents of the legal proceeding so that you know what to expect.
  • 4. Criminal OffencesDriving offencesDriving under the influence of alcoholor drugs is a criminal offence andconsequentially, you can faceimprisonment or fines if found guilty.Causing injury or fatality to otherindividuals while under the influenceresults in the same consequences.AssaultExerting force on anotherindividual with the intent to harmis considered assault. There arevarious forms of assaultincluding domestic and sexualassault. If convicted, it can resultin imprisonment.The following are some of the specific criminal offences that criminallawyers can help you with:
  • 5. Criminal OffencesShopliftingShoplifting involves stealing from a retailsource and which amounts to less than$5000. First-time offenders may have to pay afine or complete community service whereasrepeated offenders may face a combination ofjail-time and fines.Drug offencesThe production, possession or trafficking ofharmful drugs are considered drug offences.Various durations of imprisonment is possibledepending on the type of offence.
  • 6. Criminal OffencesFraudFraud is dishonest and criminal deception forpersonal and financial benefits. This can leadto imprisonment whose duration depends onthe amount of fraud committed.Credit card offencesTheft and forgery of credit cards,possession of stolen credit cardsand the use of revoked/cancelledcredit cards are criminal offencesthat can result in jail sentences.
  • 7. Criminal OffencesRobberyAcquiring personal or government property throughthe use of threat or violence is considered robberyand will result in a jail sentence.ExtortionIllegal use of authority to forcefully attain money,favours or property is extortion and can lead toincarceration if convicted.
  • 8. Experienced criminal lawyersare available to assist you withthe legal process if you havebeen charged with a criminaloffence. They are experts inconducting research and inknowing the right questions toask so that they can helpdefend your case and alleviateany stress that may arise.
  • 9. This presentation was created on the behalfof http://www.dvpledge.ca/
  • 10. This presentation was created on the behalfof http://www.dvpledge.ca/

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