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Why You Should Hire a Lawyer Even If You Think You're Guilty


The justice system is designed to ensure all people get a fair trial. While this may not always happen in all cases, part of the reason people tend to fall through the cracks is inadequate legal representation. An attorney who doesn’t believe you deserve a chance to defend yourself won’t do his or her best to try to make sure that you are.

Criminal defense lawyers assigned by the state are typically overworked and do their best to help each client they are presented with. However, they might be balancing several different cases and once and may not have the bandwidth to give you their full attention.

You Have The Right To An Attorney

Even if you think you’re guilty, you have the right to defend yourself and the right to hire your own representative. A prosecutor needs to build a case against you and prove beyond a reasonable doubt you are guilty of the crime. Without this certainty, anyone off the street could be guilty of a crime given enough circumstantial evidence.

Talk to our skilled Milwaukee criminal defense attorney about your case. Attorney Christopher J. Cherella has more than 20 years of legal experience to offer your case. He can look over the details of your situation and offer you qualified advice on your best course of action. He also does his best to keep his client base at a reasonable volume, so he can provide each client with the best level of advice and personal care. Over the course of his career, he has successfully handled thousands of criminal cases. Let us see what we can do for you.

Contact us at (414) 882-8382 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case review today.

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