Facing criminal charges will likely be one of the most intimidating experiences you will ever have. The choices you make in the hours, days, weeks, and months after your arrest can determine whether you spend the rest of your life in prison or if you go free. Having an experienced criminal attorney on your side is essential.
Zachary C. Holbrook specializes in criminal cases at both the federal and state levels. He has experience handling the following types of cases:
- White Collar
- Traffic Accidents
- Rape and Sexual Assault
- Estate Planning
A guilty conviction in a criminal case can result in fines, obstacles in your personal and professional life, and a change in how people in society view you. It is imperative you do what you can to guarantee the best possible outcome if you are facing criminal charges in Ogden, UT. Being convicted of a crime can change your life forever. A criminal conviction can affect custody arrangements, leave you ineligible for certain jobs, and even limit your constitutional rights. The last thing you want if you are facing criminal charges is to not take the situation seriously, even if you believe you are innocent.
Building the strongest possible defense is essential if you are charged with a crime of any kind. Zachary has access to resources that can help you with your case. He understands the importance of gathering and evaluating evidence and building a defense in your favor. He also knows how the legal system works at both the state and federal levels, and is able to anticipate what the prosecutors will do to win their case.
Every case is different and your defense should be based on the details of the specific accusations against you. Obviously, an Ogden, UT attorney will not handle a white-collar crime, in the same manner, they would a DUI or an assault accusation. Zachary has experience dealing with a wide variety of criminal charges and will ensure your defense is custom-built to provide you with the strongest possibility of winning.
Sometimes, it is impossible to win your case outright. In many instances, prosecutors use legal tactics to get a conviction and sometimes this is in the defendant’s best interest. A plea deal can result in you serving less jail time or serving no jail time at all, even if you did manage to find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time.
However, before negotiating or accepting a plea deal, it is important to have a defense attorney on your side who understands how to negotiate the best possible deal for you. Your life depends on the skills of your attorney and this is the wrong time to cut corners or try to handle things on your own.
If you have been accused of a crime and are not sure what to do next, Zachary can help. He has worked with people facing criminal charges at the state and federal levels throughout the Ogden, UT area. For more information or to schedule a consultation with Zachary, contact him at 801-317-4764 or by email at Zachary.email@example.com.