How Criminal Law Really Works
Most people’s experience with criminal law is based on crime procedural television shows and legal dramas, so they are surprised to find out that in the majority of cases, the reality is quite different. There are many steps in the legal process that are not glamorous enough for television. It is these steps, however, that are where the progress really happens.
Most criminal cases don’t actually end in a trial. The bulk of the work happens behind the scenes, in talks and negotiations with district attorneys, the study of statutes and case law, careful examination of the evidence, and petitioning for further disclosure from the Prosecution.
What’s at stake is fundamental justice – civil rights, liberty, and fairness – not things to take lightly. In criminal law cases, what you need is legal expertise. You want a strong and knowledgeable ally in your corner.
Experienced Advocates on Your Side
Dean DelCollo and Dade Werb have spent over two decades with the Public Defender’s Office, which means they have in depth experience working with the local judges and prosecuting attorneys. They are familiar with the police techniques, the legal precedents and the Courthouse personnel. They know the ins and outs of the system, all the procedural nuances, and what needs to be done at every stage of a criminal case.
If you have been charged with a criminal offense, it is in your best interest to hire an attorney to ensure that your legal interests are protected and that your story is heard. If your matter can’t be resolved and needs to go to trial, you can rest assured that Dean DelCollo and Dade Werb are fearless in the Courtroom. They have a rock-solid reputation and the respect of their peers, backed by years of litigation experience. In short, there are no better advocates to have by your side than the criminal defense team at Giordano, DelCollo, Werb & Gagne, LLC.
A Focus on Client Care
At Giordano, DelCollo, Werb & Gagne, LLC, we never forget that our clients are the focus of our cases. Behind every police investigation, every charge, every plea negotiation, every legal argument, is a real person. That is why it is so important to us that we keep our clients informed and engaged every step of the way. It’s why every action we take is in your best interest. Always.
Contact us – Allow us to hear your story and answer your questions.
In the meantime, take a look at some of the areas of our Criminal Defense practice.