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Attorneys can offer more than legal advice

| May 13, 2016 | Firm News, Murder & Other Homicide Crimes |

If you are accused of murder or a homicide crime, you probably do not need to be told about the importance of legal assistance. Presenting the strongest defense case possible is the best chance that you have of having your charges reduced or even dropped, and the aid of an attorney can help you build such a case. However, there is more to a criminal trial than effective legal representation in the courtroom.

When a person is accused of murder, many different parties and factors become involved in an increasingly complex situation. The authorities do all that they can to earn a conviction, and the media does everything within its power to learn more about the alleged crime and the suspect. Throughout all of this, a person who is accused of murder may begin to feel like nobody is on his or her side.

Enlisting the aid of an attorney can do more than simply help you build a strong defense case; it can also provide you with an ally. An attorney will listen to your side of the story without a presumption of guilt, and will not pry you for information in an effort to gain a confession or twist words into self-incrimination. With an attorney, you can speak freely and honestly with someone whom you know will be looking out for your best interests.

Louisiana is a state that takes murder and homicide crimes very seriously, even allowing for the death penalty in certain situations, making it even more important to secure legal assistance. If you or someone you know has been accused of a homicide crime, please visit our webpage. With our help, not only will you have a stronger defense case, but you will also have a friendly ear.

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