A federal judge has ordered that several United States Attorneys be criminally investigated for their conduct in the recent prosecution of United States Senator Ted Stevens. The judge in the case stated, “In nearly 25 years on the bench, I’ve never seen anything approaching the mishandling and misconduct that I’ve seen in this case”.
This is an amazing statement coming from a federal judge when talking about federal prosecutors who are sworn to uphold the law. What this means is that it is very likely that Senator Stevens was wrongfully convicted of the criminal charges that were brought against him by the government. This prosecutorial misconduct led to the criminal conviction of Senator Stevens being set aside. However, this possible criminal conduct at the hands of the prosecutors likely led to Senator Stevens losing his very close re-election campaign. Nobody can change that. Senator Stevens was a highly popular senator for over 25 years and his career is likely over. The damage caused to Ted Stevens cannot be undone.
What does this mean to any person who is facing criminal charges? It means you need to retain the services of a highly qualified and experienced criminal defense law firm to defend you when you are facing charges filed by the government prosecutors. Unless you are a highly skilled criminal defense attorney, you will not know when and how your legal rights are being violated by law enforcement or prosecutors. You will not know if the district attorneys or prosecutors are violating the law or otherwise failing to provide you with all legal discoveries that you will need to defend yourself. Our law firm knows what your legal rights are and knows how to protect you from the tactics of the prosecution.
Do not wait until you have been convicted of a crime before you seek out Wallin & Klarich to help you. If you wait until after a conviction, it may be too late to help you.
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