When you’ve been accused of a crime it can feel like the whole world is against you. After all, the State, with all of it’s resources–money, officers, investigators, District Attorneys, technology–is your accuser. You need an advocate that’s going to hold the State accountable to the Constitution and protect your rights. Fisher Wise knows how to win at trial, but his goal is to get your case dismissed before it comes to that.
At The Law Office of Fisher Wise, I understand how frightening being charged with a crime can be. It might negatively affect your future, but it doesn’t have to. If you have been charged with a crime it is critical that you retain expert legal counsel immediately in order to protect your constitutional rights. There may be evidence that proves you are innocent! But the longer you wait to obtain it the more likely it is that it could be lost or destroyed. Many people don’t realize where to start when it comes to gathering evidence to prove their innocence.
IF YOU'RE ACCUSED OF A CRIME
The first thing you would need to do if you were falsely accused of a crime is to make a list of all possible evidence. This includes:
Physical evidence relating to the case
Documents or records
Evidence from the crime scene
Do not attempt to get rid of, or destroy anything, even if you think it could be damaging because there is the possibility that it won’t be. And, of course, be prepared to give this list to your attorney.
Criminal law is complicated and nuanced. The importance of understanding your constitutional rights in a fact-driven legal landscape cannot be understated. It is important to have somebody you trust explain those rights to you. Over my years of experience, I have represented clients charged with crimes ranging from shoplifting to murder and always strive to have their charges reduced or dismissed. I am an experienced trial lawyer providing legal solutions. I will work to help you. I know your rights and will fight for them. If you were wrongly accused or made a mistake, I will do my best to make sure that you do not have to spend the rest of your life paying for it.
According to The Sentencing Project, there has been a 500% increase in inmate population over the last 40 years. This fact stands true even though there has been an overall decrease in crime. That is why it is so important to have a lawyer. You need somebody who will strongly represent you and will give you clear and honest advice. Finding yourself in need of a criminal defense attorney is overwhelming and I am aware of this. I will be there to guide you and help you through this process.
Chattanooga Criminal Defense Attorney
Let me go to work for you. I have been providing legal solutions for my clients since 2008. The solutions I provide are specifically tailored to my clients' unique situations, and positive results are what drive my commitment to excellence in the legal industry.