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Criminal Defense

If you’ve been charged with a crime, you can be sure that the police and prosecutors will aggressively work to convict you. Who will fight for you? If you call Hubbell Law, that answer could be former prosecutor Billy Hubbell. While all attorneys are technically qualified to handle a criminal case, few can claim the experience of having handled a criminal case from the positions of prosecutor, judge, and defense attorney and the direct insight into how each party approaches a case that comes with that experience.

When you’re charged with a crime, your first goal is acquittal. Being acquitted or having the charges dismissed doesn’t necessarily require that you were actually innocent — there are many circumstances where the prosecution is unable to meet their burden of proof due to legal technicalities or a lack of available evidence, so you may still have a defense even if you believe you are guilty. To help determine your chances of success at trial and whether any offered plea deals are good deals, you or your attorney needs to have a thorough understanding of how the local judges rule, how juries receive various evidence, and how the local police department operates. In a criminal courtroom, knowledge is power, and the more knowledge you have, the better chance you have of a successful outcome.

If you’ve been charged with a crime in Monticello, Lake Village, or the surrounding area, contact Hubbell Law today.



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