Being arrested and charged with a criminal offense of any kind is life changing. In addition to the emotional stress and need to find a criminal defense attorney, your reputation suffers, your employment could be at stake and even family relationships may be affected.
If you are convicted, you may lose your freedom for a long time and pay a hefty fine. You will have a permanent criminal record and when you are released, you will find it more difficult to find housing, a job or a car or home loan. Some careers will never be open to you.
With so much at risk, you need an experienced and zealous defense attorney to stand by your side, protect your constitutional rights and put the prosecution’s evidence to rigorous testing.
Attorney Micah Haden, a Corsicana criminal defense attorney
At the Law Office of Micah C. Haden we recognize the seriousness of any criminal offense. We represent defendants on all criminal charges with a focus on:
- DWIs (driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs).
- Drug charges.
- Assault family violence.
We realize everyone makes mistakes and that some innocent people are charged with crimes they did not commit. We will talk with you and compassionately listen to your side. We will review all police and investigative reports and interview witnesses. We know when to call in experts and act at all times only in your best interest.
Attorney Micah Haden has more than a decade of experience in criminal defense. He will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the the case and help you choose the path to resolve the charges that will minimize your risks. If your best option is to go to trial, he will bring in the experts, investigators and witnesses necessary to prepare a defense. At trial, he will help you establish reasonable doubt in the State’s case. If your best option is to negotiate for reduced charges and lesser penalties, he is effective at negotiating plea agreements and maintains a professional working relationship with District Attorney’s office for just such cases.
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It is important for you not to talk to anyone about your case without your attorney present. This includes law enforcement, your family members and your cell mate. Law enforcement has the legal right to lie to you in order to inspire you to make incriminating statements. Except for your spouse, family members may be called as witnesses and be compelled to tell the court statements you made to them. Cell mates are notorious for making up incriminating stories in order to reduce their own sentences.
Do not hesitate. Call an experienced attorney as soon as possible.