Experienced And Assertive Defense Against Felony Charges
Felony criminal charges are aggressively prosecuted and often pose the risk of lengthy prison sentences. If you face a federal criminal charge, it is imperative that you enlist the services of a defense attorney who understands the seriousness of the situation and who can assertively protect your rights.
In Flint, Genesee County and throughout mid-Michigan, that law firm is The Law Office of Jodi L. Hemingway, PLLC. Attorney Jodi L. Hemingway is committed to minimizing the impact of felony criminal charges on your life. Ms. Hemingway is a trial-tested lawyer who is always ready to litigate on her clients’ behalf in a wide range of state and federal cases, including:
- Drug charges, such as trafficking, distribution and manufacturing drugs
- Identity theft and another fraud
- Sex crimes, such as sexual assault, rape and possession of child pornography
- Embezzlement and other white collar crimes
- Homicide and other violent crimes
Know Your Rights And How To Make The Most Of Them
Ms. Hemingway will take the time to carefully review the facts of your case and consider all options before developing a defense strategy. Her emphasis on clear, concise communication begins at the initial consultation and carries through to the resolution of your legal matter. She believes that informed clients become more actively involved in their defense, which helps produce the best possible outcomes.
In most criminal cases, there are numerous options for a defense strategy. Ms. Hemingway’s experience and her familiarity with a wide range of felony criminal cases provide great value in assessing the options available to her clients. Her knowledge of mid-Michigan criminal courts and its prosecutors provides insight in determining whether it makes sense to go to trial or seek a resolution through a negotiated plea deal.
Every decision that is made in your case will be based on your best interest. No outcome is guaranteed, of course, but Ms. Hemingway will explain all of your options and discuss with you whether it makes sense to fight for acquittal or seek to minimize the impact of a felony charge through alternative sentencing. Keep in mind that an assertive approach to criminal defense can occur in negotiations just as commonly as it can in the courtroom.