Whether you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense, a permanent criminal record can make it difficult to move on with your life. Law enforcement and the prosecution have already begun building a case against you if you have been arrested. It is essential that you contact an aggressive criminal defense attorney to take prompt action to begin protecting your rights.
The best criminal defense attorney will begin building your defense. Witnesses will be consulted, police records reviewed, video surveillance, if available, will be obtained and your own account of the events leading to the arrest will all be used. Scott Rubenstein is prepared to take any case to trial and defend your rights. He will investigate to determine whether law enforcement violated any of your rights while they obtained their evidence. If your rights were, indeed, violated the evidence they have cannot be used in court.
Scott Rubenstein handles all types of criminal defense cases including, but not limited to, DUI, Sex Crimes, White Collar Crimes, Drug Crimes, Violent Crimes, Federal Crimes, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Crimes, Theft Crimes, Property Crimes, BMV Suspensions, Hit & Run, Warrants, Probation Violations, and Sealing Records/Expungements.
Facing criminal charges can be disheartening, especially considering the drawn-out legal process ahead of you, which can include a bail hearing, arraignment, trial and possibly a sentencing hearing. What can be even more overwhelming is the possibility of conviction and the associated harsh punishments, such as hefty fines, imprisonment, long-term criminal records, and loss of family, friends, and employment.
The Bottom Line: Facing criminal charges isn’t the same as trying to fight a traffic ticket. You shouldn’t do it alone. You need a criminal defense attorney with experience, passion for the law and the ability to get results. Don’t trust your case to just anyone. Also, remember it is never too late to begin to build your defense. It is very important for your rights to be protected and defended and immediate action should be taken to ascertain that you are treated fairly. You need to know of all your possible options before considering a plead of guilty. Call Scott Rubenstein today: 513.260.2099
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