Legal matters are complex and difficult to navigate alone. An attorney's assistance in navigating the often confusing and complicated criminal court system alone is invaluable. We represent clients accused of misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony crimes. Borgos Law understands that people make mistakes or have life circumstances that can get them caught up in the criminal justice system. Our number one goal is to reduce the harm caused by criminal allegations by fighting for our clients' rights.
Not all individuals charged with a crime are guilty, and we understand that forcing the state to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt is priority in your case. It is up to them to prove your guilt and is our job to remind them and make sure you get a fair shake at justice. If you need a criminal defense attorney look no further.
From the consultation to the close of your case, we will bring the best possible defense available. Strong and early action on your behalf if you are accused of is the best kind of defense.
We will also identify ways to achieve positive outcomes for your legal matters through court diversion programs, which minimize the harm of criminal accusations. Often times clients facing drug charges have the opportunity to enter into drug court to deal with their addiction. We recognize that not all drug users are addicts, and work with the client and prosecutor to reach a resolution that is favorable for the client.
Sentencing determines the individual's future and whether that future will include rehabilitative opportunities or retribution for crimes that were committed. Our people work with the prosecutor and judges to deliver the most beneficial sentence available upon conviction. Plea agreements may prevent you from having to serve prison or jail time, and we will do everything we can to help you move forward and leave your mistakes in the past.
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