For anyone facing criminal charges, the stakes are high. And these stakes get higher at each phase of the criminal justice process – allegation, arrest, prosecution, and conviction. If found guilty of an allegation, the impact on your life can be severe. Depending on the charge, you could lose your freedom. You could also lose your driver’s license, immigration status, or professional license.
You can tilt the odds toward your favor by hiring an aggressive Dyer criminal defense attorney who can fight any charge against you. Having an experienced attorney on your side could be the difference between jail or freedom. Contact the reputable criminal defense firm of Arshad, Pangere & Warring for a free evaluation of your case.
The criminal laws in Indiana are among the toughest in the United States. From the moment you are charged, the state’s prosecutors begin building a case against you.
Hiring Arshad, Pangere & Warring can help to level the playing field and provide your best chance to successfully defend yourself. Below are some of the ways we’ll fight the charges against you.
It’s important to remember that police can only stop you or arrest you if they have a legitimate reason. In other words, officers must have reasonable suspicion to believe you’ve committed a crime. Simply having a gut feeling or belief you’ve done something unlawful is not nearly enough.
If we determine your arrest was without reasonable suspicion and is devoid of supporting facts, we’ll challenge your arrest in court. If the court agrees that your arrest was not lawful, they may drop any criminal charges against you.
Police officers cannot, under any circumstances, violate your Constitutional rights. If it is discovered your rights were violated, the state cannot benefit from that violation. For example, if the police perform an illegal search of someone’s property, the prosecutor should not enter into court anything discovered during that search as evidence. As your legal counsel, we’ll investigate to find out if law enforcement violated your rights in any way.
We’ll investigate the circumstances involved in your arrest and the alleged crime. To that end, we’ll review the state’s evidence and review police reports, medical records, and other documents. We’ll interview witnesses and anyone who may corroborate your alibi.
Depending on the circumstances of your case, we’ll seek the insight of industry or forensic experts to shed light on any complex elements that need to be understood. In short, we’ll accumulate as much exculpatory evidence as possible to strengthen your case and weaken the state’s case against you.
A conviction on criminal charges will negatively impact your life now and in the future. That’s why it is so crucial to lean on an experienced Dyer criminal defense attorney. The defense attorneys at Arshad, Pangere & Warring understand Indiana law and the local court system. We’ll mount a vigorous defense and fight tirelessly to protect your rights and freedom.
Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges, our skilled criminal defense attorneys will work with you to prevent or reduce any penalties. Contact Arshad, Pangere & Warring for a free initial case consultation. We’ll answer all of your questions and begin charting a path to a favorable court decision.
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