No two criminal trials are exactly alike. Each case brought by a Louisiana prosecutor will involve a different set of facts and circumstances. Some cases may require a large number of witnesses; some may require extensive legal research due to complex legal issues. Sometimes defendants have conflicting versions of what transpired, as this blog reported in a previous post about a Louisiana couple’s pending criminal charges.
There is no one playbook to use when defending against a criminal charge. Each case must be responded to individually and with thoughtful guidance from a defense attorney. The attorneys of Hymel Davis & Petersen work tirelessly to ensure that their clients receive this individualized attention when facing allegations of criminal activity.
Due to the uncertainty that is common in criminal trials, it is essential for a Baton Rouge defendant to have expert legal counsel who is adept at adjusting to and responding to potential curveballs, as well as legal complexities. Our legal team is made up of skilled criminal defense attorneys who can expertly defend against all manner of criminal charges.
From assault charges to serious felonies, the firm’s attorneys are prepared to go the extra mile for their clients. They will research relevant case law, interview witnesses, negotiate with prosecutors and tirelessly advocate for their clients’ rights.
The attorneys of Hymel Davis & Petersen know that all Louisianans are innocent until proven otherwise, and they fight to protect this constitutional right for their clients. Whether a misdemeanor or a felony, a criminal conviction can have a major impact on a Louisianan’s life, and the firm’s attorneys strive to protect their client’s rights and freedom. They are adept at defending against state and federal criminal charges. Additional information about the firm’s criminal defense services is available at the following webpage. No matter what type of criminal charge you are facing, it is imperative that you understand what options are available to you, helping you protect your rights and interests.