If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, the time to act is now! Stop what you are doing and call The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. immediately to schedule a free consultation. No matter the details of your situation, whether you believe yourself guilty or not, once arrested and charged you are in need of the expertise that only legal counsel can provide. Do not talk to the police. They are not on your side. They are not trying to help you. But The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. are, and we will do everything within our abilities to protect you and your rights.
Here, at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. you will receive vigorous legal representation for your criminal case in Mercer County, New Jersey and surrounding areas. We understand that navigating through the criminal justice system is staggering, and when charged with a serious crime, you need a New Jersey attorney who understands how to successfully defend your case from criminal prosecution. Our Criminal Defense Lawyers have the experience and knowledge to strategically build a firm defense against the charges you have been convicted of. We understand that each of our client’s cases are unique, and we will work hard to help them achieve the best possible outcome.
How We Can Help You
You are not equipped to handle this by yourself. Whether charged with a disorderly persons offense, misdemeanor, or felony, the results of a guilty verdict can be profoundly life altering. The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. can prepare and outline a sound legal strategy by which to contest any and all charges. Allow us to take on the burden of your anxieties concerning your legal matters. You need to live your life. Leave the law to us.
Believe it or not, the law is on your side. In New Jersey, from Cape May to Mercer to Passaic County, and in the United States at large, the same rule goes: as the accused, you are innocent until proven guilty. This means that the prosecution carries the burden of proof. They have to secure the evidence necessary to demonstrate your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Regardless of what the police or prosecutor have told you in the past, this is not simple. It is especially difficult to do so when you have counsel on your side, both ready and eager to provide the court with as much doubt as possible.
So remember, no matter how dire your case may seem to you, as of today, as of this moment, you are innocent. The prosecution is fighting an uphill battle, and we are your defense.
Hopefully, you have been relieved somewhat by what you have read here thus far. One of our goals is to assist you in emotionally coping with the entirety of this process. However, our principal objective remains demonstrating your innocence. For this, we will need your assistance. Therefore, it is vital that you have at least a basic understanding of how we will proceed, and what we will need from you.
First, you will meet with our staff as necessary to determine your legal needs. We will then inform the court of our involvement in the case. Upon drafting any necessary legal documents and making first appearances in court, we will begin the discovery process. Discovery is a legal tool by which your attorney will gather any and all pertinent information for your defense. This will involve reviewing any physical evidence, contacting any witnesses, and an exchange of information with the prosecution. Discovery allows us to examine the details and mitigating factors of your case – essentially drawing the outline of a legal picture from which your attorneys may begin to understand and analyze your case. If necessary, this information will be sent to experts to formulate expert reports, which can be invaluable tools in legal proceedings. Finally, with this in hand, our attorneys will be able to prepare your defense.
Defending a criminal charge can be a long, winding road with difficulties and hazards in your path – but fortunately, you have us to guide you. Call The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. today.
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.