Let’s face it. The criminal defense system is a scary place for any defendant to be, regardless of how many times they have been charged with a crime. Not only is their life as they know it at stake, but their very freedom is too.
For defendants, this may be the toughest time of their lives, and every choice that they make has serious ramifications. The first major decision that someone in the criminal justice needs to make is to hire a Riverside criminal defense attorney. Simply stated, the stakes are too high to be without one during this crucial time.
It often seems as if law enforcement has limitless resources that they are pouring into the case. While prosecutors are trained to use their best judgment and legal ethics in their case against you, there is nothing to stop an aggressive prosecutor from coming at you with everything that they have. When you are subject to criminal charges, it feels as if you are powerless with the world spinning around you.
At DeLimon Law, we have the experience necessary to handle many types of criminal cases. Our practices include:
When you are looking for legal representation, you need a lawyer who looks only at the realities of the situation and how you can achieve the best possible legal outcome. At the same time, you cannot just hire anyone to represent you.
Your choice of attorney will send a strong message to the prosecutor as they are figuring out their potential path forward in your case. Daniel DeLimon is an experienced attorney widely acknowledged for his aggressive and level-headed defense of his clients. He has trained prosecutors on how to do their job, and he incorporates that knowledge in the advice that he gives you.
This is why you need an experienced attorney who can work to protect your legal rights while giving you insight into what is happening during the process. This will enable you to make the best possible choices about your defense.
As a defendant, one key choice that you need to make is how you will plead to the charges. Your attorney’s advice will be crucial in that decision. An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to get to the bottom of your case quickly, figuring out if there are any weak links in the prosecution’s case or other ways to fight the charges.
If law enforcement has a strong case, your lawyer’s skill in dealing with prosecutors can make all the difference in the eventual sentence. An attorney may be able to have their client plead guilty to a lesser charge or be placed in a diversion program.
At DeLimon Law, we have an intimate knowledge of how the prosecutor may view their case and their legal strategy. Attorney Daniel DeLimon used to be a prosecutor with 16 years of experience handling complex cases, including one of the more difficult death penalty cases in California. He brings a unique vantage point to his role working with clients because he has been on both sides, and judges and lawyers on the other side praise his preparation for each case.
Our broad-based experience helps us see the bigger picture when it comes to your case. Resolving a criminal charge is not always as simple as the verdict in court. There are other effects on your life that can include:
You need an attorney who is capable of seeing all of these and factoring them into the legal advice that they provide.
If you have been or think that you may be charged with a crime, it is crucial to get legal representation immediately. Contact the firm of DeLimon Law when you want to show prosecutors that you have a tough and experienced lawyer on your side who will fight for you. Call us today at (951) 777-9104 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation. You can rest assured in knowing that you have a lawyer who will be thoroughly prepared to help you.
He has compassion and empathy for all parties as well as one of the sharpest legal minds around. He is a powerhouse in the courtroom; the kind of attorney people stop and listen to. Anyone facing the legal system would be fortunate to have him working for them.
I was facing multiple violent felonies and life in prison. Mr. DeLimon took my case to trial and the jury found me NOT GUILTY OF ALL CHARGES and I was released. I owe him my life.