Q: Do i need representation for my husband who is held for criminal tresspass and possession of stolen property.
He is held on $50000 bond. Was at a place we had visisted many times in recent weeks and had no idea the item was stolen
A: Yes, your husband needs a criminal defense attorney and the sooner you hire one, the better.
A: He needs a good criminal defense lawyer at this point.
The answer is yes, he needs good representation from a good criminal defense lawyer.
Many lawyers specialize these days. So now is not the time to find a lawyer who usually does nothing but contract disputes or real estate and try them out on a criminal case.
There are many good criminal defense lawyers who offer free consultations so you can decide which lawyer is the best fit for your husband.
A: Yes, since those are jailable offenses under the law he requires an attorney. Either hire a private defense lawyer located in your area or if eligible request a Public Defender if he is indigent
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