Arizona Criminal Defense Attorney
Strong Criminal Defense No Matter What Charge You’re Facing in Arizona
Some people may feel like they don’t need a criminal attorney due to the charges that they are facing seem minor and don’t carry much of a punishment. Thinking this way is a mistake.
Even if you are just facing a low-level misdemeanor charge, there will be consequences today and in the future – and even the minor-sounding offenses are often worse than you think. Maybe you “escape” with community service and fines or simply having to take a class that is designed to prevent you from repeating the behavior. For many people, these charges are still going to end up impacting their lives in meaningful ways. The most experienced criminal attorneys know how to get the best possible outcome and keep your record clean.
Getting charged criminally is bad enough, and may create a strain on you and your friends, family members, and coworkers. But if you end up being convicted, you’re going to carry a criminal record around with you for the rest of your life. That is something that will make all kinds of things that you take for granted harder, including finding housing, securing a loan, and getting a job.
No matter what type of criminal charge you are facing, you need to work with an experienced criminal attorney to make sure that you receive the best possible outcome.
The police and prosecutors in and around Arizona take criminal charges extremely serious. You can be sure that they will come looking for you or a loved one with everything they’ve got and sought the maximum punishment allowed by Arizona law. The police detectives and prosecutors have countless legal tricks at their disposal and won’t be afraid to use them.
Only an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney can think as a prosecutor to best anticipate the government’s strategy and formulate the right plan, at the right time to defeat it. The criminal attorneys at The Hogle Firm have served for over a decade as a criminal justice attorney and they use that experience and insight daily to defend his clients in Mesa and throughout Arizona in a way that few other lawyers can. As one of the most experienced Mesa criminal defense attorney Mr. Hogle understands every aspect of the criminal justice system in Arizona, and it’s suburbs such as Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Apache Junction, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, and others.
Arizona criminal defense lawyer Dana Hogle has been protecting the rights of people in Arizona just like you for over a decade, so he can fight the battles with the prosecutors with experience, knowledge, wisdom and a keen intellect. Even when going up against the full power of the Mesa or Arizona government, you can be sure that the criminal defense attorneys at The Hogle Firm, won’t back down from any fight. They will instead use all of their tools they’ve developed for over a decade to fight tenaciously for your rights and try to get the charges against you reduced or best case, dropped altogether.
When your back is against the wall, this kind of experience and knowledge is invaluable, and the lawyers at The Hogle Firm are not afraid to use it to make sure that your represented and will be protected, that way you get the best possible outcome in your criminal case. If you ask any lawyer they will tell you that fighting a legal battle in court is one of the hardest and most challenging aspects of practicing law. The only way you become one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Mesa is by experience. Our attorneys care deeply about each and every client they defend and are never satisfied with average results.
Being skilled at negotiating with Arizona prosecutors is about planting enough doubt in the prosecutor’s mind that he or she starts to worry that they won’t get a conviction if they take the case to trial. When prosecutors lose in court, it’s something that is not only embarrassing for them, but also for the state of Arizona, and they try to avoid it at all costs. Our defense lawyers know this, and understand how to make the prosecutors doubt the strength of their case, and thus, they may reduce the charges or dismiss the case altogether.
The best criminal defense attorneys know how to persuade a judge or jury that the case against their client is weak and that a finding of not guilty is the only just result. Successful criminal attorneys can pick apart the State’s case with a very thorough cross-examination of police, eyewitnesses, and other government witnesses.
With our long history and vast experience in the courtroom, you can be sure that The Hogle Firm will always fight hard against the prosecutors, police, and witnesses who are seeking to press charges to our clients in court.
To properly defend a client in Arizona against serious criminal charges, a lawyer must be aggressive in negotiations pre-trial and at trial before a judge or jury. Many defense attorneys are reluctant or even fearful of the rigors of courtroom battle. Many are afraid to take a case to trial. Those lawyers develop such a reputation and prosecutors know it. These attorneys will fail to secure great deals for their clients because the prosecutors know that such attorneys-at-law want to avoid a trial. Our criminal defense lawyers have always fought to ensure the best outcome for their clients and loved one because we are always ready to battle at trial. Dana Hogle has had great success in both negotiations and at trial before a judge or jury in the past.
This is important for the following reasons:
- Lawyers who are not as good at negotiating a favorable plea won’t be able to get your charges reduced or dropped before the trial begins. Skill in this area can get you a good deal while keeping you from ever having to go to trial.
- Lawyers without courtroom confidence and success may end up deciding to take a deal that favors the prosecution just to avoid going to trial.
- Lawyers without courtroom experience may not know how to use facts and evidence to your advantage to help sway a judge or jury in your favor.
Contact The Hogle Firm to see how we can help with your criminal case.