Partner Christy Jack discusses why a proactive criminal defense is your best defense in this short video:
Time is of the essence. It’s much like going to see a doctor. If you have a medical issue, if you have a medical crisis, the earlier and the more aggressive a doctor can be, the better chance you have of a positive outcome.
The same is true as a defense attorney. The earlier we can become involved, the more engaged that we can become involved, the better chance that we have of gathering all of the information, and getting to the truth, and providing it to either the police department in the investigative stages, the district attorney’s office when they take over the case, and potentially to the grand jury down the line.
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