Steven Veinger, PA Steven Veinger graduated in 1996 from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles, California. Graduated in the top one-third of his class, Dean’s List and Trial Advocacy Board.
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Steven Veinger PA
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Best Criminal Attorney Boca Raton

Plea Agreements in Criminal Charges

During any type of criminal trial, as a defendant there are a number of difficult choices and possible roads you must choose to walk down. Most individuals involved in a criminal prosecution, must make the difficult of going to trial or choosing to take a plea deal, which means accepting a guilty plea – often for a much lower sentence that what would be handed down if they were to lose in a trial. According to Mr. Steven Veinger, considered to be the best criminal attorney Boca Ratonhas to offer, while plea agreements can often benefit a client, depending upon their circumstances, in many instances, because of the extremely high conviction rate of state and federal prosecutions, it often scares even the innocent into accepting the offer. This is a major reason why having a strong criminal lawyer, like Mr. Veinger, considered by many to be the best criminal attorney Boca Raton has practicing, is vital. With the help of an experience attorney, you have someone in your corner who will guide you to making the right decision about your future. Learn more about the plea agreement process below.

A plea agreement, despite being a contract between the defendant’s attorney and the prosecution, is not always a certainty. Generally, once a plea agreement is offered to a defendant, they must decide whether or not to accept it, or decline it – either in hopes of a better deal to come, or with the goal of taking the charge to trial. Regardless of the deal, as a defendant, you and your attorney must weigh the options and weight the likelihood of a guilty verdict. Plea agreements do offer an advantage to the defendant, as they are certain and it offers a sentence that is much less than the maximum allowable punishment under the laws. As the best criminal attorney Boca Raton has in practice, Mr. Veinger has been able to help a number of clients to negotiate fairly beneficial plea deals.

Often, depending on the severity of the charges the defendant is facing, the sentence can range from a few months to decades of incarceration. In many instances, with the help of a strong attorney, you may be able to force the prosecution into a compromising position in which they will offer you an extremely advantageous plea agreement. For instance, in a case in which an individual might be facing a heavy drug conviction for trafficking narcotics. However, they were innocent and simply were in the wrong place at the wrong time. As the best criminal attorney Boca Raton has in practice, Mr. Veinger would do his diligence and work alongside investigators to get as much evidence as possible on behalf of their client. While the case might have began as a surefire prosecution, with the added evidence, your attorney may have swung the balance greatly in your favor – making it highly unlikely for a jury to convict you once they hear everything. In this case, once the prosecution realizes that they may not have the advantage any longer, they may offer a far more advantageous plea agreement. In some cases, depending on the value of the evidence you and your attorney collect, the plea agreement can reduce a multi-year sentence down to a few months, or even a probation violation.

The one thing to take not of is that prosecutors do not always offer plea agreements, and in some cases, an overly generous plea agreement can mean that the prosecution does not have a strong case at all, and will likely fail in court – this makes them want to sway you to accept a plea deal, as this still counts as a guilty verdict for them. In some cases, it may be in your best interests, and in other cases it may not – the decision is yours alone, with the help and guidance of your attorney. For more information on criminal charges, please be sure to contact MR. STEVEN VEINGER today.