Recent Posts



Archive for August, 2009

Cobbs Hearing: A Taste Of Things To Come

Friday, August 7th, 2009

For the nervous criminal defendant, knowing what they’re getting themselves into if they were to plead to a charge can lead to a quicker resolution. Many times the prosecutor will be intentionally vague with a “deal,” particularly when it comes to a jail sentence. It’s not uncommon for a prosecutor to make an offer whereby […]

Did You Get The Memo? ‘Cuz I Can Re-Send The Memo…

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Whether your criminal charge is a felony (criminal sexual conduct, embezzlement, arson, controlled substance/drug possession, etc) or a misdemeanor (DUI/DWI, domestic violence, assault & battery, etc.) there will come the final stage of the criminal process where you stand before the judge to be sentenced. From time to time, your criminal defense attorney will find […]