By: Wallin & Klarich

If you are being charged with a criminal offense in the state of California, you need to ask yourself a question. Is your criminal defense lawyer doing all he/she can do in representing you? This is a crucial question you need to ask, especially when the stakes are high. The law firm of Wallin & Klarich has been assisting clients for 27 years with criminal matters. Many times, clients hire us because there prior attorney was not doing all that was required on their case. A second opinion is very important in situations where you are not comfortable with the way the case is going. You should trust your instincts and seek a second opinion from Wallin & Klarich. We have been assisting clients in clarifying and educating them on their case so they know if the case is going the right way, or if they need a new direction. The best chance of seeking a favorable result in court is prior to trial or prior to the disposition of the case. Once the case is over, the odds of a modification of the sentence or an appeal go down drastically. Your best chance of a favorable outcome of your case is prior to trial or a plea, not after. If you are not sure if your lawyer is doing all he/she can do, contact Wallin & Klarich for a second opinion. You will always walk away with greater knowledge about your case which will help with your decision making process. Wallin & Klarich is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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