ATTORNEYS THAT KNOW THE INS AND OUTS OF THE COURT THEY PRACTICE IN CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE REPRESENTATION
As we have all heard or seen in the highly publicized OJ Simpson case in Nevada, OJ was sentenced for numerous counts of crimes ranging from robbery to assault and conspiracy. It will be quite some time before OJ will be eligible for parole with all those counts and consecutive terms involved in the sentencing. OJ’s attorneys were familiar with that particular court, the court personnel and the judge as OJ’s attorney has had several cases before that particular judge and was familiar with that particular jurisdiction. OJ could have gotten a harsher sentence and been sentenced to more time. OJ’s attorneys did what they could to mitigate the punishment as much as possible. Attorneys who know the court personnel and the system of the jurisdiction that they practice in could very well make the difference in receiving a harsher punishment or a less harsh punishment for their clients.
This is why it is particularly important to find out where the criminal defense attorney you intend to hire routinely practices out of, what court in particular, how much time does the attorney go to court in that particular jurisdiction, how well does he know the judges and the district attorneys and court personnel. At Wallin & Klarich, our attorneys handle core courts where they appear if not every day in court, most days of the week. The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich know quite well the courts that they practice in, the court personnel including the judges and district attorneys that they work with. When looking for an attorney, keep these thoughts in mind when you decide to hire an attorney. Feel Free to contact the firm of Wallin & Klarich for your legal representation. Call us at 888-749-0034 and visit us at www.wklaw.com