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Frequently Asked Questions

When you or a family member is facing criminal charges in L.A., it is likely that you are very concerned and have questions about the criminal process and what can be expected. The legal team at Tyler & Wilson, LLP is providing some answers to common questions, and is available to discuss your case and the specifics to assist you in determining how to defend your case.

Will I go to jail?
Many criminal offenses include mandatory jail or prison time. Repeat offenders (or those with earlier criminal convictions) may face much longer terms. Some cases, with fast action taken by a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer from the firm can avoid jail or prison time altogether. As each case has unique circumstances, evidence and witnesses, a careful review of the case must be immediately done to identify the best course of action to fight to avoid incarceration.

What if I am innocent?
In Los Angeles, being innocent is not enough. There are countless individuals serving time that did not commit the crime. Since the Los Angeles District Attorney's office or the City Attorney's office found that there was enough evidence to file a criminal charge against you after your arrest, it becomes necessary to fight to expose the truth. In cases of mistaken identity, self-defense and other situations, fighting to avoid a conviction becomes even more important.

I am accused of a gang crime. What effect will this have?
State lawmakers have increased penalties for those who are convicted of crimes that are deemed to be gang-related. It is urgent that action is taken to have this designation challenged at once, as some of the penalties have mandatory prison time. Proving the client is not gang-affiliated can be crucial to the outcome of the case.

What can the firm help with?
The criminal defense team at the firm provides aggressive legal representation to clients charged with any of the following criminal charges:

Contact a Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney from the firm immediately if charged with a criminal offense in the L.A. area.

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