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					Criminal Attorneys Speak Up for the Accused
Posted by admin On December 24, 2009 5:25 AM

Imagine that you are charged with a crime that you did not commit. Every day, this happens to people all over
the world. Whether you are being framed, were in the wrong place at the wrong time, or you are simply
similar looking to the person who did commit the crime, being charged with a crime you did not commit is
probably one of the worst things that can happen to someone. Criminal attorneys will be your hero if this is
the case for you. Criminal attorneys do their best to defend you and fight for your rights in a trial if you are
accused of a crime you did not commit.

The punishment for those who are accused of a crime can be pretty rough depending on the crime you are accused of. Not only that,
but your reputation is forever tarnished. Think about if you are accused of manslaughter or rape. First of all, the rest of your life is
going to be spent in jail, but you are also going to be looked at differently by everyone in your life and the whole world. Criminal
attorneys are the main chance you have at being rescued from this terrible fate if you are accused of a crime. Even if no one else
believes you, they will give you the chance to tell your full story about what happened, and they will then present your case to the
court. Criminal attorneys have to give you the benefit of the doubt and will defend you as well as they can because it is their job to do
so.


When you are in court accused of a crime, criminal attorneys are going to be your best friend. They will work through you in the
situation and try to make a difference in your life by getting you off the hook. However, no matter how well they may or may not do, it
is ultimately up to the judge and jury what your fate will be. Criminal attorneys just have to present your case as convincingly as
possible. If you really are innocent, then this should not be very difficult.


It is important to remember that criminal attorneys fight for anyone convinced of a crime whether they are guilty or innocent. It is not
up to them to decide whether you really are telling the truth, it is their job to get you off of the hook. So, when someone is accused of
a crime that they really did commit, criminal attorneys are going to fight just as hard for them as they would someone who is accused
of a crime they actually did commit. The main reason a lot of criminals are still on the street today is because of criminal attorneys.
However, the main reason a lot of innocent people are not in jail is also because of criminal attorneys.


It is interesting to think about which is worse. Is it worse for someone innocent to be put in jail or for a criminal to walk the streets? If a
criminal is walking the streets they can commit more crimes and ruin more lives, but if an innocent person is put in jail their life and
reputation are ruined forever. Regardless of which is worse, criminal attorneys speak up for the individuals accused of crimes and try
to give them a voice and a stand in a court of law.


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