In most cases my clients are facing the loss of their freedom. In addition, they are often facing the loss of their job as well as the possibility of being branded a “criminal” for the rest of their lives. That is why when a client comes to me, I know that we must do everything legally possible to provide them with a well-designed defense strategy.
As my client, you will play an active role in your defense. You will become part of the defense team. I will ask that you provide me with a complete written summary of the facts of the case from your perspective. I also ask that you tell me all about your personal history so I can present you in the best light possible to the prosecutor and to the Court. I ask that you provide me with a list of witnesses and character witnesses that can vouch for you. I like to think of myself as a powerful weapon who can defend your freedom. However, I need the right ammunition to win your case and only you can provide that ammunition.
After I review your written summary, I will begin to obtain evidence and other documents to build your defense. I will review police reports as well as all medical and forensic evidence in the possession of the prosecution. I will go over the evidence with you. I will then ask you to respond to the evidence line by line. It is at that point in the case where I will start to attack the prosecutor’s case.
When I go to court for you, I am always prepared with the knowledge of the facts of the case, as well as, the law that applies to your case. Using this knowledge, I will aggressively defend you in court. With this approach, I will be able to help you achieve the best possible outcome to your case. I want you to feel comfortable and secure knowing that there is a competent experienced attorney zealously working on your behalf.
|Founding Attorney||Robert L. Hammonds Jr. Attorney at Law||2004 - Present|
|University of Colorado School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|University of North Carolina||BS - Bachelor of Science||1999|
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Wed Sep 04 2019
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