Soperton, GA criminal attorney Matt Hube understands the stresses you are under when you are charged with a crime in Treutlen County, GA. He works to help alleviate these stresses by educating you about the criminal investigation and court processes, and by carefully crafting a criminal defense tailored to your needs, and the specific charges against you.
Many people assume that there are “routine” crimes, thus routine defenses. While that is true in one sense – the charges are the same; the facts and circumstances around each case can vary significantly. Even slight changes in the facts or circumstances of your arrest can significantly vary the outcome of a criminal matter. How, where, and why the police stopped you, or began investigating you in the first place often has a huge impact on the outcome of your case.
The U.S. Supreme Court has carefully crafted a set of rules and procedures that police must follow when making a car stop, or initiating contact with a suspected criminal. Each year the Court will hear cases and issue rulings that tweak these procedures, and sometimes – but rarely – issue opinions that force sweeping changes to criminal procedure. Each case must be carefully evaluated and investigated to see whether the police complied with all of these rules and procedures. If they did not, we may be successful in suppressing evidence tainted by improper police procedures.
Treutlen County, GA criminal attorney Matt Hube is experienced and skilled at carefully crafting the right defense for your case. Even if a defense may apply to a case, it is not always in your best interest to use that defense. Some defenses, for instance, may require you to admit facts the State is required to prove. If that is the case, it may not be wise to use that defense unless and until the State meets their burden of proof.
When you are looking for a highly skilled Soperton, GA criminal attorney, look no further than Matt Hube. He has the experience and training to help you understand the nature of the charges against you, and to craft a defense to your case. Not all cases need to go to trial. If yours is such a case, Matt will negotiate with the State to get the best plea bargain he can obtain for you. Ultimately, it is up to you whether to try your case, or accept the State’s plea offer. Contact Matt right now for a confidential case evaluation.