Defenses Your Criminal Defense Attorney In Madison, WI Might Use

Accused of a crime? Your criminal defense attorney in Madison, WI will work on your behalf to have the charges against you dismissed. Whether you are guilty or not, your attorney will need to convince the jury that there is a reason you should not be convicted of a crime.
Here are a few common defenses that attorneys often use to make the case:

Defenses Based On Innocence

  • Innocent until proven guilty. Your attorney will assert that the State did not prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt by raising doubt about the State’s evidence presented against you.

Defenses Based On Circumstances

  • Self-defense. You may have been in fear of bodily harm to yourself or others. As long as you did not use more force than necessary, you have the right to defend yourself and others against bodily harm.
  • Insanity. Your attorney may argue that you were incapable of understanding that you were doing something wrong or conforming your conduct to the law. An insanity or “not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect” defense is risky as the outcome is often confinement in a mental institution.

The role of your criminal defense attorney is to get you out of your criminal justice predicament, whether you committed the crime or not. Any of the defenses mentioned here, when presented by a skilled lawyer, can help you keep your freedom.

If you are accused of a crime, you need a good criminal defense lawyer. In Madison ,WI, that is Eisenberg Law, an experienced firm with over 30 years of success for our clients. Just call 608-256-8356 during office hours, or leave a message to be returned immediately in case of an emergency.

EISENBERG LAW OFFICES

308 East Washington Avenue Madison,
WI 53703
(608) 256-8356

Eisenberg Law Offices, s.c.

Madison WI Attorneys since 1983

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