Criminal Defense

If you are facing criminal charges, you may be wondering whether you need a lawyer to defend you. The answer is: YES! A good criminal defense attorney can (and usually will) make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS

First, a criminal defense attorney can protect your rights throughout the criminal process. The criminal process is a complex and often intimidating system of rules and procedures that govern how a case is handled from arrest to trial to appeal. You DO NOT want to navigate that process alone. A criminal defense attorney knows the law and can advise you of your rights and options at every stage and, just as importantly, will be by your side from start to finish. Our skilled lawyers can also challenge any unlawful or improper actions by the police, the prosecutor, or the court that may violate your constitutional rights.

GET the BEST OUTCOME

Second, legal counsel will often be able to help you obtain the best possible result for your case. The attorneys at Helmkamp, Ellis, Abraham & Engerer can negotiate with the prosecutor to reduce or dismiss the charges against you, usually reducing your sentence, or perhaps even avoiding a conviction altogether! A criminal defense attorney can also prepare your case for trial, if necessary, and present a strong defense before a judge or jury. It is also crucial to have an attorney to assist you with any post-conviction issues, such as appeals, expungements, or parole.

FIND SUPPORT

Finally, a criminal defense attorney can provide you with emotional and practical support during a stressful and difficult time. Facing criminal charges can be overwhelming and frightening, especially if you are innocent or have never been in trouble before. Our attorneys are understanding and compassionate and can help you cope with the anxiety and uncertainty that come with being accused of a crime.

GET PEACE OF MIND

If you find yourself in the unenviable position of being charged with a crime, do not hesitate: call our office TODAY to speak with an attorney about your case and get the peace of mind you need to move forward.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Having a criminal defense attorney is crucial because they can significantly impact the outcome of your case by protecting your rights, advising on the best course of action, and representing you throughout the criminal process. Our attorneys at Helmkamp, Ellis, Abraham & Engerer are knowledgeable and experienced, ensuring you do not navigate the complex legal system alone.

The attorneys at Helmkamp, Ellis, Abraham & Engerer strive to obtain the best possible outcome for your case. This could include negotiating with prosecutors to reduce or dismiss charges, reducing sentences, or even avoiding conviction. They are also prepared to take your case to trial if necessary, presenting a strong defense on your behalf.

Facing criminal charges is a stressful experience. Our attorneys offer not only legal representation but also emotional and practical support. They are understanding and compassionate, helping you cope with the anxiety and uncertainty of the situation. By choosing Helmkamp, Ellis, Abraham & Engerer, you gain peace of mind and a dedicated ally to navigate this challenging time.

Our criminal defense attorneys are well-versed in the law and the criminal process. They ensure your rights are protected at every stage—from arrest to trial, and even through appeals. They are dedicated to challenging any unlawful actions by the police, prosecutor, or court that may infringe on your constitutional rights.

Yes, our attorneys are also equipped to assist with post-conviction matters, such as appeals, expungements, or parole. Their expertise extends beyond the trial phase, providing you with comprehensive legal support throughout the entirety of your case.

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