Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney Before Charges Are Filed Against You.
Benefits of Hiring a Criminal Lawyer
It can be a critical mistake to attempt to handle a criminal case on your own. A criminal charge can lead to a felony conviction that will follow you for the rest of your life. If you have been accused of a crime, it is always in your best interest to seek the advice of an experienced criminal attorney. With a knowledgeable legal counsel at your side, you will greatly increase your chance at avoiding prosecution, the loss of your freedom, and other unduly harsh penalties.
Arizona law allows an attorney to communicate with police and prosecutors on your behalf without having your basic rights violated, including the right to remain silent and privilege against self-incrimination. This is the safest way to begin resolving a serious criminal case.
At William Foreman, P.C., we will launch a counter investigation of your charges if you feel as though the police are investigating you. By working up your case before you are officially charged, we give ourselves an edge in negotiations and can oftentimes help you avoid any and all consequences.
Aggressive & Discrete Criminal Defense
If you have already been charged with a misdemeanor or felony crime in Arizona, our defense team will thoroughly gather evidence to dramatically improve your chances of obtaining a winning result.
Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist William Foreman is a seasoned trial lawyer who has a successfully defended hundreds of clients throughout Arizona in both misdemeanor and felony crime cases. Utilizing his extensive knowledge and experience, Attorney Foreman has developed sophisticated strategies proven to get results, no matter what charges you are facing.
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