We recently discussed how West Virginia’s three strikes law is one that can put people behind bars for convictions that don’t warrant a life sentence. If you recall, you can face this possibility if you are convicted of three felony charges as long as one of those is a violent crime.
If you are staring the three strikes law in the face, now is the time to take action. You need to learn about what options you have for your defense plan. This is determined by the circumstances of your case and the claims that the prosecution is making. We can help you learn about these options.
Even if you aren’t facing the three strikes law, you still need to take action to get your defense together right away. The fact here is that one felony conviction is one step closer to facing the three strikes law, especially if you continue doing the things that got you into the criminal justice system in the first place.
We know that you might have some concerns about the status of your case. We can help you look into the case against you so that you can decide how you are going to respond. We can also help you explore the possible resolutions that might occur. This can include going to trial or figuring out a plea deal with the prosecutors.
Your case is something that you have to take a personal interest in since your freedom and life are at stake here. You will have to take the reigns and let us know what you want to do.