It is possible depending on his background and the facts of the case and his background. For more information look here:
Due to the serious nature of these charges, it is imperative that you consult with an attorney. Most criminal defense firms, including ours, will give you a one time no charge consultation.
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Without meeting with a prospective client and analyzing all intricacies of the incidental details of the pending criminal case, it is impossible to issue a correct legal impression regarding the situation. The best logical approach would be selecting a capable reputable criminal counsel of your choice and meeting confidentially.
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