When Your Freedom Is On The Line, Who Do You Call?

When Your Freedom Is On The Line, Who Do You Call?

Why You Should Call a Lawyer

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If you have been accused of a crime, you are probably worried about your freedom. Your freedom is on the line, but a Lebanon criminal law attorney can defend you. Everyone has the right to defend themselves regardless of what they have done. That is why it is important to hire a criminal law attorney in Lebanon.

Benefits of Hiring Henry & Beaver LLP

We have the expertise necessary to defend people who have been accused of a crime. We can examine the facts and present the necessary evidence to achieve an acquittal. We will also check to see if there are inconsistencies or loopholes in the case that can benefit you.

Our attorneys are knowledgeable of the criminal justice system. You will have a hard time defending yourself because you may not understand all of the ins and outs of criminal justice system. Our knowledge will help you build a stronger case.

There are legal rules and regulations that you may not know about. It is also important to note that every jurisdiction has its own set of rules. Many people think that the best way to get a light sentence is to plead guilty. However, this may not be the best option in all cases. If you plead guilty, you may face a number of collateral consequences, including the loss of your driver’s license, difficulty in finding a job, or the loss of firearms.

Our attorneys can help protect you from heavy penalties. Prosecutors are known for coming down hard on defendants. Even if you are falsely accused of the crime, that does not protect you from harsh punishment. We will try our best to make sure that all false allegations are dropped.

Furthermore, we can provide you with emotional support. Shame, depression and fear are just a few of the many emotions that people feel when they are dealing with a criminal charge.

Contact one of the experienced criminal law attorneys at Henry & Beaver, LLP at (717) 274-3644 to discuss your case today.