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Those accused of theft or property crimes in Colorado have rights

On Behalf of | Aug 13, 2015 | Theft & Property Crimes

In Colorado and throughout the United States, being arrested for or charged with a criminal offense does not constitute guilt. One is presumed innocent unless proved otherwise in court. Further, a person accused of certain offenses, including theft or property crimes, will want to ensure that his or her personal rights and freedoms are protected at the time of the arrest and throughout the entire legal process that follows.

At McAdams Law Office, LLC, more than 60 cases have been brought to trial. Attorney McAdams is dedicated to offering a strong defense for his clients and has a history of successful outcomes. It can be said that time is crucial when it comes to retaining criminal defense help in light of the charges against you. The sooner you retain an attorney, the sooner he or she can begin investigating the details of your case in order to prepare the most aggressive and effective defense possible.

William T. McAdams if a former state prosecutor. His understanding of both sides of the law allows him to offer a highly personalized defense for clients facing serious criminal charges. He understands how to navigate the criminal justice system and can act as your personal advocate as you proceed to court.

Charges of theft or property crimes can result in serious consequences should prosecutors obtain a conviction. In fact, simply being accused of such crimes can have negative and long-lasting effects in a person’s life. Prudence suggests that seeking the guidance of an experienced professional would provide clarification of the issues, as well as help determine all options that might be available toward a successful outcome in your case. You can schedule a free, confidential consultation by contacting the McAdams Law Office, LLC in Colorado.


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