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Plea Deals

Whether you are talking to criminal defense lawyers to hire one or thinking about representing yourself pro se, it is always a mistake to plea guilty prior to understanding the admissible evidence in the prosecution’s case.  In an effort to get the case over with it may be tempting to take the probation or apparently lenient sentence offered by the prosecution, but you are giving up your due process rights. Every defendant has the right to due process under both the U.S. Constitution and the Texas Constitution.  The evidence may not be what you think it is, and the case against the defendant may be as flimsy as a house of cards. Hire a good criminal attorney and thoroughly review the evidence that may be admitted into any possible criminal trial, then decide whether to take a plea or demand your right to a jury trial

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