To become a lawyerit takes years of focus and intense study. Not to mention the wherewithal to work through years of schooling, and the self-confidence to fight and push to have your arguments heard. And while many are often enthralled by what we see on legal shows and movies, the legal world is rarely what it appears to be on screen. In the real world, there are two types of lawyers out there, each with their own merits, and each are greatly needed by society at different points. There are some lawyers who work almost exclusively from their offices, filing paperwork, reviewing documents, and drafting agreements for their clients, and then there is the trial attorney, who more closely resembles what see on the big screen. This is a lawyer who spends much of their time in the courtroom, defending clients or filing suits against others. Both types of attorneys are important, and while the first set may not get the praise and the reverence of a trial attorney, they are needed for everything from real estate deals, business transactions, reviewing contracts, filing permits, and a whole lot more. However, let’s say you were falsely being charged with some attacking someone outside of a local bar or restaurant. It was late at night, and with tempers flaring, and chaos ensuing, you were falsely pointed out as the attacker, this is where you will need an experienced assault attorney like Mr. Steven Veinger, Esq. on your side. As Florida’s top assault attorney, Mr. Veinger has helped countless clients deal with even the worst of cases and the most damaging of evidence. As an experienced trial attorney, he not only has the knowledge, and the legal fortitude, but the charisma and oratory skills you want in someone that is being tasked with convincing a jury of your innocence. These are certain things to look for in criminal defense. To learn more about finding the right trial attorney, read on below.
Legal representation is expensive, no matter how you slice it. A quality assault attorney will surely set you back thousands, if not tens of thousands depending upon the specifics of your case if it goes to trial and the length of that trial. Despite the sometimes-exorbitant costs associated with a quality trial attorney, it is well worth it. Having a private attorney over a public defender means you will have far more resources and an attorney with much more time for you and your case. While some public defenders are definitely good lawyers, they simply are overworked and underpaid, and they will never have any of the legal resources of a private attorney. Such resources include expert witnesses, time to seek out witnesses, time to examine evidence, the ability to hire investigators, the time to thoroughly analyze evidence and find holes in the prosecution. They are simply so loaded with cases, they will often look to plead your case out quick and easy, without going to trial or pushing things further.
Essentially, a public defender has little incentive to see you win, aside from any personal gratification they may draw out of the victory. While a private attorney like Mr. Veinger, not only earns more money if you win, but they also earn the acclaim and the esteem that comes with a victory. When you are looking for the right trial attorney it is also important to look at their reviews and track record of past clients. This will tell you how hard they worked, how much effort they put in, and to what lengths they went to in order to secure the victory for their clients. Also, this will also tell you what types of cases they have tried in the past and if they have even been in a courtroom, let alone a long, possibly drawn-out trial before. in the event you are being falsely charged with an assault, you want to know that your lawyer has experience as an assault attorney, and has defended others against somewhat similar charges.
For more information on going to trial and all manner of criminal defense, or to schedule a consultation to discuss your case, contact Mr. Veinger today.