Hudson Valley Violent Crime Charges
Aggressive Defense in Court - Call Our Poughkeepsie Criminal Lawyers!
Our Hudson Valley criminal defense team defends clients against a range
of violent crimes, from a simple assault through to the most dangerous
felony offense - first degree murder. Are you facing charges in a violent
crime? You owe it to yourself to find out more about our firm,
Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C.
We have over 15 years of legal experience, and our team is made up of some
of the top legal professionals in the state. When we take on a case, we
are fully committed to our client. We are interested in one thing and
one thing only: getting results.
Fighting for the Rights of the Accused in Violent Crime Cases
The criminal justice system in New York is extremely harsh. People get
railroaded by the system far too frequently. Don't become another
statistic - take action and call our firm. There are cases in which a
person who is innocent faces charges, particularly in violent crimes such
as assault and battery. When an altercation becomes physical, the police
frequently arrest the "last man standing." You may appear to
be guilty of assault, when in fact you were forced to defend against an
attack from another party.
How to establish the fact of self-defense and sway a jury is the job of
your Hudson Valley violent crime lawyer. In any criminal case, the burden
of proof lies with the prosecutor. The jury is instructed to convict if
the prosecutor has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty
of committing the crime. The various strategies to open the door to reasonable
doubt can include challenging specific pieces of evidence, the entire
premise of the charges, or to present evidence that supports the case
for the defense. We are masters at defense case preparation and presentation,
and should review the facts in your specific case immediately if you are
facing charges in a serious violent crime.
Get the Defense You Need; Call Michael R. Varble & Associates!
If you are currently under investigation in a violent crime case, it is
imperative that you do not agree to respond to questions from investigators
without an attorney present. In order for you to be arrested, there must
be probable cause - you are protected by the constitution.
Police interrogators train heavily on techniques to trip up suspects and
to have them admit something that creates a situation in which an arrest
can be made. You could believe that acting in a cooperative manner will
benefit you and make it obvious that you are not a viable suspect. In
fact, if you agree to engage in these discussions with police, you could
soon find yourself under arrest, and your statements made voluntarily
to the police will definitely be used against you.
Don't take a chance with your freedom.
Contact us for powerful defense against violent crime charges in Poughkeepsie.