Although Decker & Jones defends clients against a number of different charges, our specialized practice models for defending sexual offenses, domestic violence and internet based cases is what truly sets us apart from our peers. We have developed a large network of knowledgeable and experienced investigators and specialists who are trial tested experts in the areas of DNA, the internet, serology, computer forensics, ballistics, crime scene analysis, psychiatry and other key forensic sciences.
The foundation for our sexual offense cases has repeatedly been tested in trials and has produced numerous positive outcomes for our clients. We have achieved complete dismissal in many of them and settled scores of others, allowing our clients to resume their lives. Our specialized model incorporates specialized legal pleadings that challenge virtually all aspectsof a prosecutor’s case. Using experts investigative efforts and testimony at the right time, we can integrate psychological, medical or forensic evidence to achieve positive results. We also utilize sophisticated and advanced jury selection techniques, cross-examination and persuasion to help mount an effective defense strategy.
In addition, we recognize the highly charged nature of being accused of a sexual offense, and because we have extensive experience in this area, we can also anticipate how a prosecutor will try a case, how an alleged victim may act, and what a judge and jury will look for as the case progresses. Most of all, we are able to effectively counsel our clients as they work through a difficult situation, allowing them to maintain their focus and remain an asset to their own case.
We are compassionate and aggressive: We Listen, We Care, and We Want You to Prevail
Many times, through no fault of their own, a person can be falsely accused of a crime, immediately turning their world upside down as they attempt to deal with the fallout and the consequences that have fallen upon them. At Decker & Jones, we understand the stress of being accused and how it can lead to depression, feelings of isolation, withdrawal and other psychological negatives throughout the course of a case. That’s why we treat all of our clients with compassion and care, making sure we do everything we can to help them at every step of the way. We take the time to listen to your concerns and provide you with the best possible answers to help ease your mental burdens. Many cases may take months or even years to be resolved completely, and we will remain at our clients’ side for as long as it takes to gain a successful outcome.
In addition, we take our job to defend our clients using all available strategies and resources as a solemn duty. While we are compassionate with our clients, we have built a reputation as being aggressive, knowledgeable and formidable when it comes to mounting a defense. We will use every means at our disposal to gain an acquittal for our clients, or successfully negotiate the best possible terms in a given situation.
Our team of lawyers knows that a defendant’s choice of a criminal defense attorney may be the single most important decision they make in their lives. It is vital to make the right choice because your life is on the line. To win a case, we know there must be open lines of communication, trust and confidence from the start. Every little misstep can be costly and to maintain or prove your innocence is a huge responsibility that we do not take lightly.
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