4 Things to Do if You’ve Been Falsely Accused of a Crime

Criminal charges are serious – and scary. This is especially true when you feel that you’ve been falsely accused. Even though you may be scared about what’s to come, you can’t let your emotions get the best of you during this time. Instead, you need to take action. As you’re processing everything that’s happened, you should start taking steps to hire the right criminal defense attorney in South Carolina as quickly as you can. The Law Offices of Michael L. Brown, Jr. recommend taking the following steps.

  1. Determine your needs. Who brought the charges and in which court system will your case be heard? Your charges will determine whether you need a criminal defense attorney who’s able to represent you in local, state, or federal courts.
  2. Talk with your attorney. Once you’ve hired the best attorney for your case, keep in close communication with them, especially if you remember any additional details that may affect your defense.
  3. Ask questions. Your attorney is there to help you and to make you feel as comfortable as possible about your case. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, especially about any parts of the process you don’t understand.
  4. Leave it to your criminal lawyer. Leave any and all actions in the hands of the professionals. You should only hire a criminal lawyer who will do what’s in your best interests and whose legal advice you can trust.

Call the Law Offices of Michael L. Brown, Jr. if you feel you’ve been wrongfully accused of a crime. Our attorneys are here to fight for you – and for the truth.

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