Criminal Defense

criminal defense image

Criminal Defense

Being investigated or accused of a crime is alarming to anyone facing such actions. You have questions. You know you need help. The first thing you need to do is remain calm. The second is to assert your right to speak with an attorney. Law enforcement must stop questioning you and give you the opportunity to speak with a lawyer. If a search warrant has been served and executed, do not speak with law enforcement about what they may or may not have found. Contact a Sacramento criminal defense lawyer right away.

At The Law Office of Justin Anton McCrea, we know what you are going through. Contact us, we will speak to you. What you tell our Sacramento criminal defense lawyer remains confidential. Let us evaluate the allegations against you and speak with law enforcement on your behalf. We can assert your rights and challenge evidence they claim to have lawfully obtained. Even if you think you may be guilty of a crime, you may not be guilty of what they are charging you with. We put forth your best defense to defend your freedom and protect your reputation.

What is the Criminal Justice System?

The criminal justice system is huge. It involves many players, law enforcement, suspects, persons of interest, alleged victims, victims, witnesses, the court, the prosecutor’s office, and more. The systems all work together and spin the wheels of justice. As a person suspected or alleged of a crime in Sacramento County, it is in your best interest to retain a Sacramento criminal defense attorney. Our criminal defense lawyer earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. He graduated with Summa Cum Laude Honors (top 3% of his class). Attorney McCrea is educated in all aspects of the criminal justice system including advanced interrogations and investigations.

What is the Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor?

Most notably, the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor is the time that might have to be served behind bars. Misdemeanors are generally crimes that are punishable by up to a year in the county jail. Felonies are generally punishable by a year or more in state prison. There are many collateral consequences that accompany a criminal conviction. The effects may differ in severity such as your right to own a firearm and the stigma that accompanies a criminal conviction in the community, and many others. If you are being investigated or accused of a crime in Sacramento County, contact our California criminal defense lawyer.

Will I Serve Time in Jail or Prison?

You may have to serve time in jail or prison if you are convicted of a crime. Some people must remain behind bars during their charging and/or trial because they are not able to post bail. Regardless of your situation with negative attention from law enforcement, you need a Sacramento criminal defense attorney that will assert your rights and defend your freedom along with your character.

Our Sacramento Criminal Defense Lawyer Handles:
  • Felony Crimes
  • Misdemeanor Crimes
  • California DUI Charges
  • Drug Charges
  • Domestic Violence Charges
  • Theft Crimes
Call Us to Speak With a Sacramento Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been accused of a crime or are being investigated by law enforcement, contact The Law Office of Justin Anton McCrea for knowledgeable criminal defense representation. Our felony and misdemeanor defense attorney will review your case and advise you of your best options moving forward. When your freedom and character are in jeopardy, you need Sacramento criminal defense representation that will dedicate the time it takes to challenge the charges against you and put together your best defense. Call our office at 916-601-9441 or contact us online.