The only sure way to get a free criminal lawyers defense is when a criminal defendant notifies the court that he or she cannot afford legal counsel, and the court then appoint a public defender to handle the case, usually at taxpayer's cost.
Public defenders are licensed attorneys appointed by the court in criminal cases to represent defendants who cannot afford to pay for legal assistance. The public defender may be funded by government agencies, non-profit agencies, grants, charitable donations or other non-public sources.
Being charged or convicted with a crime will have a demaging long-term impact in your life:
If a criminal defendant lies about his or her ability to pay for legal representation he/she may be charged with a crime, which could be punished by a fine or imprisonment, such as making false representations to authorities.
Set up a free initial personal consultation with a defense lawyer who will effectively evaluate your criminal defense case and provide all the information concerning your legal rights and options.
Experienced free criminal lawyers can help review paperwork, sufficiency of evidence, punishment options, potential defenses, and ensures that the rights of the accused are protected through the legal process.
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