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Consider your defense options carefully for every criminal case

Being accused of a criminal act requires you to take swift action. Your defense strategy is one of the primary things you should focus on while your case is moving through the criminal justice system. The outcome of the criminal matter can impact every area of your life.

For example, if you’re facing an accusation of theft, you might think it isn’t any big deal. But, think about what a potential employer will say when they see the conviction on your criminal record. You might not get hired, which could prolong your job search and leave you without an income that you need to survive.

There really isn’t anything that should be considered a small criminal matter. Each charge, even misdemeanors, can have long-lasting impacts. This is why you should review your options for a defense strategy before you decide how you’re going to handle your case.

You need to think about how each option might impact you in the long run. We’re here to help you learn about what’s possible in your case. There might be options that you haven’t thought of yet, and we might be able to work on things like finding out if a plea deal is possible.

We work closely with our clients to find out what goal they have for their case. We want each client to have a specific strategy to work toward that goal. We’ll discuss yours with you so that you can make decisions that you feel are best for you. While your case is moving through the court system, we’ll stand by your side to uphold your rights and work to protect your interests.

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John Patrick Ryan has been practicing law for over 20 years. Experienced in criminal law. U.S. Navy Veteran.