What Can A Potential Client Expect When They Call Your Office?
First, I ask a potential client what brings them to my office. Second, I ask them where they reside and where the incident took place. Third, I ask about their background, including any previous criminal convictions. Many people find my office online from out of state, and those are cases I can’t take.
A lot of people come in with a non-probation-able offense and want to know if they are going to prison. My answer is that a non-probation-able offense might start that way, but it is my job to try to make sure it does not end that way. There are many different court diversion programs that start out as a felony, where you might wind up with no record whatsoever and the case getting expunged. Almost every jurisdiction has some sort of deferred prosecution program for first offenders. If it is your first offense, it is very likely your charge will be reduced to a misdemeanor.
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