Criminal Defense Attorneys and Self-Representation

By: Wallin & Klarich

Can i represent myself in my criminal case? What can an experienced criminal defense lawyer do for me?

You need a qualified and aggressive criminal defense attorney to fight for you and your freedom. Call WALLIN & KLARICH 24 hours a day 7 days a week at 1-888-749-0034 or find us online at

You can represent yourself – although it is not a good idea.

Criminal defense is a very complex field with increasingly harsh consequences. There are many complicated procedural, evidentiary, constitutional, sentencing and administrative issues that you need to be aware of in your case.

What can a lawyer do?

How much a lawyer can help you depends upon the experience the lawyer has in criminal defense and specifically handling cases similar to your case. Hiring a lawyer who is not experienced with the exact type of California criminal charges you are facing would be like asking your family doctor to perform brain surgery on you if you had a brain tumor.

A qualified and experienced criminal defense attorney from WALLIN & KLARICH, can review your case for defects; can determine if a motion to suppress evidence is warranted; can make a motion to compel discovery; can negotiate with the district attorney for a lesser charge or to have the criminal charges dismissed; can obtain expert witnesses needed if your case must go to trial and can speak to you about other possible consequences related to your criminal case, such as the possible loss of your driving privilege or other professional license you may hold..

Call WALLIN & KLARICH 24 hours a day 7 days a week at 1-888-749-0034 or find us online at Trust our 30 years of experience and network of aggressive attorneys is sure to give you the help you need.

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