As technology advances, so do the ways that law enforcement officers can investigate crimes. If you recall, in our blog post last week we discussed how police officers are trying to use 3D printed fingers to open a cellphone that uses a biometric locking program. If that works, it could prove to be a huge benefit to law enforcement officers.
If you are facing a criminal charge, the technology that is used against you is one component of the prosecution’s case that you might be able to call into question. While technology does provide new ways to gather more information, it also introduces possible errors that we can use to call the prosecution’s evidence into question.
We know that you might feel like your case is a hopeless cause. Even then, it is important that we explore all of the possibilities for defense strategies. You might be surprised about what we uncover. If you don’t think that your defense is going to get you off of the charges, the focus might be able to become trying to minimize the penalties that you are going to face.
It is important for us to get started on your case as soon as possible after you know that you are being charged. Not only does this give us time to prepare your case, it also ensures that we are by your side to protect your rights at each step. It also makes it easier for you to remember specifics about your arrest and other police interactions so that we can determine if any points that you remember could be used in your defense.