Your Rights

Every citizen of the United States is granted unalienable rights under out Constitution. Regardless of whether you’ve been accused, charged, or convicted of a crime, you fully retain those rights and any violation of them at any point from the arrest to the conclusion of the case will often result in a decision in your favor.

Our focus is our client. Protecting your rights is our great privilege and duty. We work aggressively and  tirelessly to ensure that your rights are upheld and your case resolved with the best possible outcome for you.


Your Five Most Important Rights

  • Defendants Right to an Attorney Every defendant has the right to obtain legal counsel. If an individual cannot afford an attorney, the court must appoint one at no cost. A defendant can also choose to represent him/herself in court, which is NOT recommended.
  • Defendants Right to a Jury Trial All individuals charged with crimes have the right to a fair, public, and speedy trial. Furthermore, they are presumed innocent unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by 12 impartial jurors.
  • Defendants Right Against Self-Incrimination A defendant has the legal right to remain silent to prevent self-incrimination. Defendants are also legally eligible to testify on their own behalf.
  • Defendants Right to Confront Witnesses An individual has the right to question and cross-examine every witness that testifies against him/her in trial.
  • Defendants Right to Produce Evidence A defendant may present his/her evidence to the court or file a motion requesting a subpoena to call forth all witnesses and evidence that could favorably determine the outcome of the case, at no cost.