When you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime your freedom, job, reputation and entire future is in jeopardy. It’s a very serious situation and you may not be sure where to turn. You need a tough, smart, experienced criminal defense attorney protecting you.
Attorney Keith L. Spence believes in taking in people, not cases. We know through experience that when you lose sight of the human factor involved in the preparation of a case, you lose the appropriate focus that will propel you to success. We work closely with each and every client to prepare the best possible defense should your case go to trial. However, like any great criminal firm our goal is to ensure that a trial never happens. As part of our offensive strategy, we aggressively attack the prosecution’s case looking for procedural errors, civil rights or constitutional violations.
Always remember, when you get arrested or questioned by law enforcement officers, they are not your friend. They are not able to make deals and they cannot promise to go easy on you if you agree to talk. Everything you say not only can, but certainly will be used against you in a court of law. The best time to hire a defense lawyer is before you speak with a police officer—not after you’ve been arraigned.