Criminal Defense Attorney in Columbia
Defending the Accused in Lexington & Richland Counties
As early as possible after you or a loved one has been charged with a criminal
offense, contact The Laubshire Law Firm, LLC to speak with an experience
Columbia DUI attorney with a background in law enforcement. Mr. Laubshire is a former officer
of the law and he also has a background as a prosecutor. With more than
a decade of investigating and prosecuting crimes in the local courts,
he is well equipped to defend your rights. He handles every case with
the same intensity that other attorneys display in murder cases —
he does not stop fighting for his clients!
You Have the Right to Remain Silent
The one thing you must
not do, whether you have been charged with DUI, a sex offense, or domestic
violence, is to agree to speak about the case with investigators. No matter
how friendly they may seem, remember: Their job is to solve crimes and
convict people. You would not have been charged if they did not already
believe you are guilty, so anything you say will only be used to add to
the evidence against you. Do not think that you can handle the situation
by explaining your side of the story. Instead, let a
former police officer and prosecutor represent you with the authorities and fight to defend your freedom.
You Are Innocent Until Proven Guilty
Many people who have been charged with a crime make one major mistake:
they give up on the case. Because there is evidence that indicates their
guilt, they decide that there is no hope of beating the charges. The fact
is that you can always fight criminal charges and you can frequently win.
For example, if you were arrested for possession of drugs, an attorney
may be able to have the charges dropped by demonstrating that your Fourth
Amendment right was violated by a vehicle search without a warrant or
probable cause. Another thing to consider is that, while there may be
some evidence against you, there may not be
enough evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you committed the crime.
You are innocent until proven guilty, and the team at the firm is ready
to help you exercise your rights in the case.
Contact a Columbia DUI Lawyer from the firm now for a free, confidential consultation.