Case Review

Expert Representation Can Make the Difference
Within days following an Arrest, a Prosecutor will review the case to decide whether there is enough evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. When the review is complete the Prosecutor may take the case to a Grand Jury and seek an Indictment or may himself swear out an Information. Those are the formal charging documents.

It is most important that your attorney contact the Prosecutor during this time period. This is an opportunity to educate the Prosecutor. Possibly the best strategy is to tell the Defendants side of the story. This might lead to a decision not to file the charge at all. Perhaps the Prosecutor will agree to file Misdemeanor charges rather than Felony charges. Or the number of charges (Counts) could be diminished. Minimizing the case from the start may ultimately lead to a much better result.

Jeffrey Feiler and The Feiler Law Firm truly care about you. Call us at (305) 670-7700 whenever you, a family member or friend is facing a case review. Let us help you with your most difficult and serious legal problems.