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Planning a defense strategy to criminal charges in Indiana

Facing criminal charges of any kind in Indiana can be a nerve-racking experience, but the more serious the charge the higher the potential penalties. From DUI and domestic violence charges to assault, sex crimes and even murder charges, prosecutors in Indiana will vigorously pursue convictions. And the law enforcement efforts that support the prosecutors are oftentimes top-notch. However, there are some situations in which it may be in a defendant's best interests to challenge the evidence in any given case.

Part of planning a defense strategy to criminal charges in Indiana involves reviewing all of the evidence that law enforcement officials and the prosecutors say will lead to a conviction of guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt." What looks solid to the prosecution may, in fact, look vulnerable to attack in defense efforts.

Another part of planning a defense strategy is to remember that all criminal defendants have constitutional rights that must be protected. In some cases, that means that warrants or probable cause behind police interaction with citizens must be examined. In other cases, statements by defendants and others must be scrutinized. Any kind of constitutional concerns are serious when it comes to weighing a person's freedom.

At our law firm, we do our best to help make our clients confident in the approach they chose to the criminal charges they face. We work to make sure that our clients understand their options and get their specific questions answered. For more information, please visit the criminal defense overview section of our law firm's website.

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