Trusting Your Lawyer
Building a relationship of trust with your attorney is crucial, especially in a criminal case where your freedom is at stake. Attorneys do most of the talking, but do not be afraid to ask questions. Once a connection is established, it will be easier to talk about sensitive, personal matters which can help your attorney better represent you and protect your rights. And remember, it’s all confidential. Whether used at trial or plea negotiations, defense counsel must be prepared for all the facts – the good, the bad, and the worse. It will not work out well for you if your attorney hears a fact for the first time while you are testifying at trial.
With over 33 years of handling thousands of criminal cases, clients come to Steven Knecht seeking his dependable legal advice and service. His commitment to his clients has solidified his reputation for superior representation in the area of criminal defense. He puts clients at ease, explains everything as thoroughly as possible, without “legalese,” and returns phone calls and e-mails.
If you find yourself having been arrested, you should immediately hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer that you can trust such as Steven Knecht to help you fight the State because you have a lot at stake on the outcome.
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