Planning a Defense Against Felony Charges

It is well known that felonies are more serious than misdemeanors or minor infractions. When individuals in Iowa and elsewhere are accused of a felony, they are rightfully concerned about how this charge could impact their future. The best way to protect oneself is by initiating a criminal defense that could help reduce or even dismiss the charges against the accused.

At our law firm, we understand how overwhelming it is for defendants who are facing serious charges, such as felonies. The penalties that could follow a conviction could harm a person's personal and professional reputation, while also causing them to endure penalties, such as a prison sentence and significant fines. We take the time to explain the matter to our clients and attempt to ensure that they have a realistic perspective on their matter and defense options.

Our law firm understands that just because the prosecution has evidence against our clients, this does not mean that the evidence will standup in court. Poking holes in the prosecution's case means questioning the legality of evidence. Was it collected lawfully? Is it relevant? Is anything questionable about the evidence itself? By exploring these questions and conducting our own investigation, it is our goal to suppress evidence against our clients, helping them obtain reduced or even dismissed charges.

To learn more, please visit our law firm's felonies website. Having a knowledgeable legal team on your side is crucial when facing criminal allegations. Becoming aware of the charges, the potential penalties the charges carry and what defense options are available is a great way to start the criminal defense process.

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