For over 35 years, Brent Meyerson Bail Bonds has been assisting the general public, legal professionals and colleagues with bail bonds related matters. One of the primary purposes of bail is to provide the defendant time to properly prepare for his/her defense in a court of law. While released on bail, Brent Meyerson would highly recommend you use this time to prepare for your upcoming court case.
Why You May Need a Criminal Defense Attorney
Being charged with a crime is serious business. A criminal conviction can result in jail time, a criminal record, loss of relationships, and/or loss of future job prospects. A criminal arrest of any nature warrants the legal advice of a qualified criminal defense attorney who can protect your rights and secure the best possible outcome for you.
A quality criminal defense attorney can help you understand the nature of the charges filed, explain any available defenses, discuss what plea bargains are likely to be offered, and communicate what is expected after trial or conviction.
Questions to Ask a Criminal Defense Attorney
Before choosing a criminal defense attorney, you should interview the attorney to be sure you feel comfortable. Below are some questions you should ask during the interview process:
- Do you have experience handling cases similar to mine?
- How much of the criminal case will you handle yourself?
- How many jury trials have you been involved in?
- How often do you work out plea agreements or ask for a lesser charge?
- What are your fees?
- Do you offer payment plans?
- Can you provide references?
By being proactive and doing your due diligence, you should be able to select a qualified criminal defense attorney suitable for your situation. For bail related matters, feel free to call my office at 888-443-8688 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
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