A criminal prosecution can be a scary time for you and your family. And if you are confined, your concerns can be even greater because your freedom and reputation are at risk.
Your first goal should be to understand your situation and how the process will work. If you are confined, you will usually seek a bond reduction immediately. And while you most likely want to obtain a dismissal quickly, that isn’t always a realistic option. As a result, you need to begin thinking about a possible trial and start obtaining witness information, gathering information from other sources, and analyzing the circumstances surrounding any statements, seizure, or identification procedures.
That’s a lot of work and is more than you should take on by yourself.
Grosser Law Can Help
Rebecca Grosser understands your concerns and fears and will serve as a strong advocate for you if you are going through these kinds of tough situations. Her goal is to make the process easier on you and your family by explaining the process step by step and by thoroughly preparing herself, you, and your family for each court date.
Her experience dates back to 1997 and includes roles on both sides of the table – as an assistant prosecuting attorney and as a defense attorney. This unique legal experience allows her to bring creative solutions to your legal problems. She has experience negotiating bond reductions, negotiating plea agreements, conducting jury trials in criminal court, and constantly looking out for your best interest.
Grosser Law Criminal Defense Services
Rebecca Grosser represents people accused of all crimes in the St. Louis area including misdemeanors and felonies such as robbery, drug crimes, murder, manslaughter, assault, kidnapping, driving while intoxicated, sex offenses, and weapons offenses. She routinely provides legal counsel in regards to juvenile matters, certification hearings, the adult criminal system, violations of civil rights and Section 1983 cases, expungements, pardons, and requests for clemency.
In tough times it is critical that you have an experienced attorney on your side. If you have questions about a criminal litigation matter, please contact us to learn how we may be able to help you.