Fairfax criminal defense lawyer defending against prosecutions in Virginia
Virginia Criminal Defense Lawyer for Fairfax County, Arlington, Prince William, Loudoun & Beyond
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Fairfax criminal defense lawyer Criminal defendants get their most pressing questions answered by Fairfax criminal lawyer Jon Katz
Fairfax criminal defense lawyer / Virginia DUI attorney Jonathan L. Katz can answer the most pressing questions of criminal defendants concerning your pending criminal or DWI case, on top of providing you top-notch defense for your case.
Criminal defendants charged with misdemeanors and felonies more often are prosecuted in the Virginia state courts than federal courts. Fairfax criminal lawyer Jonathan L. Katz defends in both sets of courts. Once a person is charged with crime, the die is cast, and the defendant has no choice but to fully defend against the prosecution.
Why do criminal defendants need a qualified lawyer for their felony, misdemeanor and DUI court date?
All criminal defendants can feel daunted by the risk of their loss of liberty and adverse collateral consequences in the event of a conviction. Fairfax criminal lawyer Jon Katz fights tooth and nail every step of the way to enhance his clients' chances of victory, through the three-pronged approach of thorough trial preparation, skilled negotiations backed up by readiness to go to trial when his client declines a negotiated settlement, and preparation for potential sentencing.
What happens when Virginia criminal defendants and Fairfax DUI defendants go to their trial date without a lawyer?
Many Virginia criminal and DUI defendants learn that plenty of prosecutors and police fight hard, and not all of them fight fairly. Hiring a qualified, experienced and battle-ready lawyer can make a big difference in the outcome of your case. The messiness of the courthouse should not be a time to shrink from battle, but instead is a call to criminal defensive action. Going to one's trial date without a lawyer keeps the uneven playing field uneven.
Is a Virginia misdemeanor or Fairfax DUI prosecution "just a misdemeanor" or "just a DUI prosecution"?
Some criminal defendants and DUI defendants with no prior criminal charges decide to save money by going to court alone or hiring a lawyer based mainly on low price, figuring that the case outcome will not be bad enough to justify fully investing in the defense. In actuality, it is ideal for a person without criminal convictions to fight to keep it that way. A person with prior convictions is served by not having his or her record show even more convictions. If a person is going to get convicted of a Virginia crime or DWI, a qualified criminal defense lawyer can sometimes enhance the chances of a less unfavorable conviction and a more favorable sentence than if the defendant had proceeded alone to court. Additionally, in numerous Virginia courthouses, the prosecutor often will not talk with defendants rather than with their lawyers.
Among your choice of many Fairfax criminal lawyers, Virginia criminal and DUI attorney Jonathan L. Katz pursues your best defense against felony, misdemeanor, DUI, sex and drug prosecution. Call 703-383-1100 for a free in-person confidential consultation and free defense action plan with Fairfax criminal lawyer Jon Katz about your court-pending criminal or DUI case.