At Wallin & Klarich, we have defended thousands of people in southern California against felony charges. Many of our clients find us through our website. One of the questions we are frequently asked is what an attorney can do to defend them against felony charges. We have already discussed the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth steps in defending a criminal felony charge.
The tenth step in a felony case is the trial itself. If the case has not been resolved, you have a right to have a trial by a jury of your peers where the prosecutor will have to convince all twelve jurors that you are guilty of all of the charges beyond all reasonable doubt. If even one of the eleven jurors is not persuaded, then you cannot be found guilty. You have a right to testify at your trial, and you will decide whether or not you should testify by consulting with your lawyer.
Going through a jury trial is an extremely taxing, tiring, and emotional time, and you need to make sure you have a lawyer represent you at trial who has the stamina and determination to represent you to the fullest and to the very end. Jury trials require alert lawyers who know the law extremely well. Sometimes it only takes a millisecond to win or lose a trial. You need a San Diego criminal defense lawyer who knows how to keep the good evidence in and the bad evidence out. One mistake can be the difference between guilty or not guilty.
The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have the skills and expertise to provide you with the best possible defense to your felony case. Our experienced defense attorneys can be reached by phone at 1-888-749-0034 or through our website at www.wklaw.com. We will be there when you call.
Keep reading to learn the next step in defending a felony case.