If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Southern Oregon, go to court knowing your rights, options, and defenses. Call the Francis Law Office.
The local newspaper and the television stations can’t begin to tell the story. There are hundreds of criminal cases filed every month in Jackson County.
Here in the Rogue Valley, a lot of good people get arrested or charged by the police for a lot of criminal offenses. Being arrested or cited for a crime is a very bad experience for most people. Shame, embarrassment and anger are common emotional responses to being handcuffed and ordered to appear in court.
Often, a person who has been cited for a crime doesn’t know what is happening, or what will happen next. It’s easy to make mistakes.
One natural human response is to try to forget what happened. Over time, a person can begin to hope that a problem will just go away.
But delay can be costly. I cannot say enough how important it is for a person who has been arrested or charged with a crime to speak to a lawyer to see if there is something that needs to be done immediately.
Everyone in this situation has a critical need for information. For this reason, I invite anyone to call for an initial, 20-minute telephone consultation at no charge.
It could be there’s nothing that needs immediate attention. But, maybe there is. If you have been charged with a criminal offense, or if you have a family member or a friend who is in trouble, now you know where you can turn for guidance and answers.
My phone lines are open and live from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. You are welcome to contact me.