Maybe you made a mistake. Maybe you made a bad decision that’s totally out-of-character. Maybe you were at the wrong place at the wrong time. Maybe you were with that one friend who finally went too far. Or maybe you’ve been falsely accused of something you didn’t do—a case of racial profiling or mistaken identity.
With 20 years of experience handling over 5,000 cases, you could say that I’ve seen it all. It may be your first criminal case, but it’s definitely not mine. I have tried every type of crime imaginable, from murder cases to domestic assault, sex crimes, child molestation, DUI, and robbery—as well as every type of drug case from trafficking to possession. My goal is to provide the information you need to help you make the best decision for you and your family’s future.
Consequences of a Felony Arrest and Conviction
If you’ve been arrested, you have a lot to lose. Every future opportunity is like a door waiting for you to open, but those doors will remain locked if you have a conviction on your record. The consequences of a felony conviction will continue long after your criminal case is over. The following are just a few examples:
- Loss of freedom
- Loss of your job
- Loss of future employment opportunities
- Loss of driving privileges
- Loss of educational opportunities
- Loss of professional license
- Loss of immigration status
- Loss of financial stability
- Loss of your reputation and good name
You Need Someone Who Will Fight for You
The State wants to win, and a win for them is a felony conviction on your record. They are using their vast resources to prepare their case, get ready for trial, and get that conviction. Don’t be another number on the trial calendar—or another felony conviction that raises the DA’s conviction rate from 92.4% to 92.475%.
Brian Hobbs Law is dedicated to helping people like you make great decisions about their legal issues. Every legal issue can have a profound, long-lasting effect on both you and your family’s future, especially when you’ve been charged with a crime. Regardless of whether you’re just starting your journey or have already determined that you need the help of a lawyer, we have the information you need to help you to plan your next steps.
You Need an Attorney Who Is Strategically Aggressive
For some reason, every criminal defense lawyer advertisement you see will mention how aggressive they are. I like to think of myself as “strategically aggressive.” Not every case calls for a lawyer who’s going to walk into a prosecutor’s office and just burn it down. Most of the time, keeping the lines of communication open, helping the District Attorney empathize with my client, presenting evidence to mitigate what my client’s been accused of, and getting the Court to see my client as a person is far more effective.
You Need an Attorney With Trial Experience
I’ve tried criminal cases ranging from failure to maintain lane to murder. All of my trial experience lets the State know that I’m not going to back down or sell your case—and your future—short. I know my way around the courtroom. More importantly, I know how to leverage that experience to secure the best result for your case.
You don’t want a lawyer who has a reputation for never going to trial because every DA knows that lawyer will fold when it matters—the District Attorney’s office knows who those lawyers are. They’re the lawyers who don’t push back against an unfair offer because they think it’ll be easier to talk you into taking a plea rather than go the distance to a jury trial. If you’ve got one of those lawyers, good luck getting justice and good luck being treated fairly.
Representation Is More Affordable Than You Think
Don’t let cost concerns keep you from getting the representation you need to protect your legal rights. Brian Hobbs Law is dedicated to making sure as many people as possible have access to justice. Excellent legal representation shouldn’t be something limited to a select few, which is why we offer our sliding fee agreement, multiple methods of payment, as well as a convenient option for monthly payments. We are dedicated to making sure that our clients are treated fairly because experience has taught us that our court system isn’t always concerned with ideals like fairness and equity.
Take Back Control of Your Life
If you’ve been charged with a crime, take a deep breath, tell yourself it’s going to be okay, and contact me. My free criminal defense educational consultation and strategy session is designed to:
- Provide you with important information and education about your legal issue
- Outline a legal strategy to help solve your issue
- Give you back control of your situation and your future
The District Attorney isn’t working to dismiss your case. As far as they’re concerned, they know what happened. It’s time someone told your side of the story.