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Man accused of rape after alleged attack in Missouri

If an individual has been charged with a crime, he or she likely wants to move forward in the best way possible. In many cases, information on creating a criminal defense may help parties who have been charged for alleged rape or other serious allegations. Moving forward with a defense still leaves parties with certain options to consider.

Assault charges leveled against man in Missouri

The severity of charges that an individual may face relating to alleged criminal activity may depend on the circumstances of the situation. For instance, an individual my face more serious charges if an assault on a police officer takes place than if a civilian was purportedly assaulted. The types of charges leveled against a party may impact the way he or she feels most comfortable handling the situation.

Missouri woman charged for possession of drugs

The criminal justice system may seem like a labyrinth of complicated terms and proceedings that individuals may have difficulty navigating. If a person has been charged due to alleged possession of drugs, he or she may be concerned about understanding what will take place as the legal proceedings move forward. Because confusion can at times lead to considerable stress, accused parties may want to find ways to make their situation seem less daunting.

Criminal defense may interest Missouri man facing several charges

Preparation can play a substantial role in how many situations play out. Because legal proceedings are especially serious, parties who are facing charges may want to ensure that they are prepared to move forward when they appear for their court dates. Individuals who face felony or misdemeanor charges should have the ability to create a criminal defense in order to fight any allegations that have been leveled against them. 

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June 2015 Archives | St. Louis Criminal Law Blog