Criminal Defense FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions: Charged with a Crime in Oakland County
I have been charged with a serious crime and the accusations are false.
What should I do?
False accusations are not uncommon, but being innocent is not enough. As
you have already been charged, this indicates that the State Prosecutor
or City Attorney feel there is enough evidence to convict you. You must
act immediately and contact an Oakland County criminal defense attorney
to assist you in defending your case. There are innocent individuals serving
time in state prison right now due to a failure to get a strong defense
attorney. Who you choose to represent you can make or break your case.
Will I go to jail?
Many serious crimes have extensive prison sentences as part of the penalty.
Some have mandatory jail time if convicted. With a thorough review of
the evidence against you, the best course of action for the defense can
be determined and immediately initiated. The actions you take after the
arrest have much to do with the outcome of the case. Getting powerful
legal representation from Attorney Daniel D. Hajji can assist you in fighting
to avoid conviction or in seeking alternative sentencing, a plea bargain
or other improved outcome.
Isn't a defense lawyer expensive?
Many defense attorneys charge large fees for their services. We have determined
that we can offer our services in many cases at a flat rate, avoiding
the hourly charges you would face with most law offices. This assists
our clients and allows them to get high quality legal representation with
a better idea of the cost involved. Some large law firms not only treat
you like "just another number" - you may rarely meet or hear
from the attorney, although you will be charged their hourly rate for
every action that takes place. That is not our philosophy or our way of
doing business with our clients.
What can your firm help me with?
Our law firm assists clients in any of the following types of legal matters
related to criminal cases:
Contact Attorney Daniel D. Hajji
at once if you have been arrested and charged with a crime, or are under
investigation for any criminal offense, either state or federal.