Being accused of a crime is a very frightening and intimidating period in any person’s life. Once accused of a crime a person is known as the Defendant. The Defendant is being prosecuted by the State of California. The State of California is represented by a criminal prosecutor who must establish that a Defendant is guilty of the crime(s) charged, beyond a reasonable doubt. A Defendant is entitled to certain rights provided by our Constitution. One of these very important rights is that a Defendant is entitled to present their defense to the crimes alleged and may do that through the use of an attorney. A Defendant has several defenses available such as did not commit the crime alleged, self-defense or some type of justification. If a Defendant is guilty of a crime, good negotiation and mitigation can result in a very favorable outcome if presented effectively. If a Defendant has not committed a crime, a Defendant will have the opportunity to obtain discovery and vigorously attack the Prosecutor’s case. A Prosecutor must believe that if they take any case to trial, they have a good chance of obtaining a successful jury verdict against that Defendant. With an experienced and tenacious defense attorney, you can work together in poking holes in the Prosecutor’s case or mitigating the circumstances to shed a different light on the facts alleged in the Complaint against you to obtain a favorable outcome. Sabrina C. Fernandez has been vigorously and aggressively representing those alleged of criminal acts for more than 16 years and is here to do the same for you. Contact us today for a free telephonic consultation.