A Father Who Faces Murder Charges Also Faces a Prejudiced Jury

By: Wallin & Klarich

An Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Will Negate Any Prejudicial Effect and Fight for Your Right to a Fair Trial

There are two sides to every story. A trial was held when a man pled not guilty to allegedly throwing his daughter off a 120-foot cliff to avoid paying child support. The media has sensationalized the case and prosecutors have “played up” the most lurid details in an effort to obtain a conviction by possibly prejudicing the jury pool.

The district attorney in the case theorized that the man threw his daughter off of the cliff to avoid paying $1,000 per month in child support. The district attorney argued that the defendant was never a father to his daughter and that he only saw his daughter after he was forced to pay child support. However, the defendant strongly asserts that it was a terrible accident.

The allegations against the defendant in this case are so prejudicial to him that it would be extremely difficult for him to receive a fair trial. Nonetheless, as a criminal defendant, he is entitled to a fair trial. An experienced California criminal defense attorney knows the necessity and details regarding a criminal defendant’s right to a fair trial.

Wallin and Klarich has years of experience dealing with high profile cases where the jury pool may be prejudiced and a change of venue may be appropriate. If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges in California, call Wallin & Klarich. Wallin & Klarich has over 30 years of experience in criminal defense. Call 1-888-280-6839 to speak to one of Wallin & Klarich’s aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorneys in California today. Also visit us on the web at www.wklaw.com.

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