Felonies and Misdemeanors
All criminal charges are serious. While the range of punishments for felonies can be more severe than misdemeanors, both can result in jail time, fines, permanent employment difficulties, and other collateral consequences.
Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, attorney Cameron B. Pedro understands that any criminal conviction can be life-changing. That is why he has dedicated himself to diligently and zealously defending every client, devoting every available resource to obtaining the best result in your particular case.
Defender of Your Rights
As your legal counsel, an experienced criminal defense lawyer will analyze the law and facts of your case to determine any weaknesses. As a criminal defendant, you have Constitutional rights. Violations of those rights by law enforcement may be leveraged to minimize, mitigate, or defeat some or all of the charges against you.
Preparing a criminal defense also requires reviewing the facts, including physical evidence and witness accounts of events, to determine if any gaps, errors, or omissions may be exculpatory. Undertaking an in-depth analysis of the evidence requires the resources and experience of a dedicated criminal defense lawyer.
In many instances, a plea bargain may be in a criminal defendant’s best interest. In others, a trial may be appropriate. For this reason, it is essential to have a criminal defense attorney willing to follow the best course of action in a particular case—even if that means taking your case all the way to trial.
With extensive trial experience, Cameron B. Pedro is committed to defending his clients vigorously in court. Clients can rest assured that they have a trusted ally willing to fight for their rights.
Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with a crime, contact criminal defense lawyer Cameron B. Pedro now to schedule your free initial consultation.