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Know how evidence is used in criminal cases

| Nov 4, 2016 | Theft & Property Crimes

Cases that are considered theft or property crime cases often have very complex evidence that is being used in the case. The complexity can often throw people off so that they don’t even try to fight the evidence. Instead, they kind of just freeze up and hope that the case is going to go away.

We have some bad news for you — your criminal case isn’t going to just disappear. Instead, we have to work to try to find ways to call the evidence that is being used against you into question. That starts with reviewing the evidence. We can help you do this as we work on your defense.

In some cases, there are witness accounts, video evidence, or biological evidence that are present. These can all be rather difficult to refute, but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible. We can employ techniques that help us determine if there were any errors made when the evidence was collected and processed. We can work to determine if there are any discrepancies.

We understand that you are worried about your case. That is rightfully so. Facing these charges means that you are looking at having to pay fines or spend time in jail. You might find it difficult to find a job or place to live if you are convicted.

The last thing that you need is to hold off on your defense for so long that you have to just throw something together at the last second. That can have a negative impact on your case. If you are facing criminal charges of any type, take action to get your defense moving as quickly as possible.