Three Factors to Consider When Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney
THREE FACTORS TO
CONSIDER WHEN HIRING
A CRIMINAL DEFENSE
By William Routsis
A private defense attorney serving clients throughout
Nevada and California, William Routsis maintains a
pristine record in homicide trials, achieving eight
successful outcomes and no convictions. Additionally,
he possesses expertise in civil rights and criminal law.
From misdemeanors to drug felonies, criminal law is
complex. To have the best defense possible, a person
facing charges should consider the following when
hiring an attorney.
1. An individual should seek the counsel of a lawyer
who has firsthand experience trying the same or
Criminal Defense Attorney
Asking a prospective attorney questions about the number of cases
tried in a specific area and the percentage of his or her practice
allocated to defending against a type of charge gives a person a
better understanding of proficiency.
2. Charged individuals must appear in the courthouse handling
their case. Hiring a lawyer who is familiar with the court’s
procedures, which can vary from one courthouse to another, can
result in a better experience.
3. Obtaining guidance from a lawyer that views an attorney-client
relationship as a partnership instills a level of trust and comfort. He
or she should work with clients to make decisions together and in
their best interest.
For legal advice and to learn how William Routsis can help, call
(775) 337-2609 or visit www.reno.lawyer.