An arrest for a crime means that you need to think about who has your back. You need a criminal defense attorney with experience to make a difference and care to stand with you through the process. Each criminal case has specifics that make it unique in how an attorney approaches defending. Therefore, you need a defender who can explain the process with your case and what to anticipate.
What Does a Criminal Defense Attorney Do?
A criminal defense attorney helps people to defend themselves in court. These legal experts can advise their clients based on their knowledge of the law and precedent for cases similar to that of their client. In many cases, the more experienced a lawyer is, the more cases they have defended.
For instance, Steven K. Bloom has operated his own law firm in Orange County since 2005. Before that, he had four years of experience in another legal firm in the same county defending those accused of crimes. These years of experience help to inform Mr. Bloom in how he approaches defense cases.
Over the years, he has succeeded in arguing to reduce the type of crime from a felony to a misdemeanor to help those in Three Strikes Law cases. He has also defended people in various other types of crimes such as the following:
What Are the Benefits of a Private Criminal Defense Attorney Over a Public Defender
You likely have already heard that if you cannot afford an attorney, the court will appoint one for you. However, this court-appointed public defender often has an overwhelming number of cases. This case overload can make giving your case personal attention difficult. Plus, these lawyers usually don’t have much time to meet with their hundreds of clients.
A private criminal defense attorney can take fewer cases than a public defender. Additionally, because their success rate is part of their business, they have an investment in helping you with your case as much as possible. You may get more attention on your case with a private criminal defense attorney than if you have a public defender.
Contact the Law Offices of Steven K. Bloom to Represent Your Criminal Case
If you want the advantage of an attorney who will give your case the personalized attention it needs, contact the Law Office of Steven K. Bloom for a consultation on your case. You can also phone us for more information at 714-680-0311. Steven K. Bloom is ready to help with your criminal defense and make a difference in your case.