Once you have been accused of committing a misdemeanor or felony in Georgia, your ability to effectively represent yourself rests on the experience, training, and talent of your lawyer. More importantly, time is of the essence.
The sooner you retain a lawyer, the better. There are a litany of possible outcomes which can arise based on the facts of your case. You may be asked to take a plea, make a deal with state or federal authorities, or your case could be dismissed. It is imperative Mr. Windecher is there to explain the consequences of any legal decision.
During this time, you may be in the custody of the state. Additionally, you could lose your job and face increasingly serious financial hardships should you remain in state custody. That is why it is paramount you secure expert legal representation from the start. Mr. Windecher will explain to the court your unique situation and help to secure a reasonable bond, if needed.
The moment police officers begin speaking with you they are building a case. Call Mr. Windecher, (305) 610-3283, so the police do not have a head start on your life and liberty.