FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Criminal Defense in Merced CA
At Tenenbaum Law Firm, we have
represented thousands of accused individuals during our more than ten years of experience. We are dedicated and compassionate
when it comes to defending the statutory and constitutional rights of
Over the years, we have noticed that many of our clients have come to us
with similar concerns and questions. In an effort to better assist our
clients, we have gathered some of the most commonly asked questions brought
to our firm and compiled the answers below. We hope you find this information useful.
Questions? Get Answers From Our Merced Defense Attorneys.
My case seems hopeless. Wouldn't it be better if I plead guilty?
Many individuals assume that their best and only option is to plead guilty
to the charges being made against them. This may seem true if there is
substantial incriminating evidence suggesting your culpability. However,
challenging criminal charges in hopes of minimizing the damage of a criminal
conviction is often a far better alternative than pleading guilty. With
our careful legal guidance, we may be able to obtain a reduction of charges
or a case dismissal.
Why should I hire a lawyer?
Hiring a lawyer could make all the difference in your case. Representing
yourself could lead to disastrous results because you may not be familiar
with the judicial system and how to navigate it. Speak with our
Merced criminal defense attorneys – we always have your best interests in mind.
What are my rights as an accused individual?
As an accused individual, you have the right to remain silent and the
right to legal representation. You also have the right to speedy trial
and in most instances, the right to
post bail .
I think there may be a warrant for more arrest. What should I do?
It is very important that you do not ignore this matter. If you have reason
to believe that a
warrant has been issued for your arrest, no matter how long ago, turn to us for
immediate legal guidance. We can help you resolve your matter so you can
feel at ease over your legal standing. We may even be able to clear your
warrant without your presence in Court.
What should I do after I am arrested?
If you have recently been arrested, it is essential that you remain calm
and seek skilled legal representation to guide you on the road ahead.
Do not make the mistake of thinking you can fight criminal charges on
your own or that the prosecutors will be lenient.
Learn more about what you can expect after being arrested.
Learn more about your rights and legal options.
We would be happy to answer your question during a
free case evaluation. At Tenenbaum Law Firm, we will do everything possible to help you work
towards a positive resolution for your case.
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