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Do You Know These 6 Reasons for Acquittal?

If you are facing criminal charges, you’re probably stressed and wondering if you will be treated with the fairness and respect that you deserve. However, you should not despair if you are facing criminal charges, no matter the details of your case. A good criminal defense lawyer can fight to have your rights protected and can make sure that your case gets the best outcome possible.

Ideally, the best outcome of criminal charges is an acquittal, or having your named cleared of charges. There are two main types of acquittals: a decision of “not guilty” or a decision of “not proven.” Some of the specific reasons that someone might receive an acquittal include:

  1. Lack of evidence
  2. Police misconduct, such as mishandling evidence
  3. Improper arrest procedure or reading of rights
  4. A finding of insanity of the alleged perpetrator
  5. Determination that the alleged offender is not competent to stand trial
  6. Mistrial

A knowledgeable San Jose criminal lawyer can guide you through this difficult time and defend your good name.

For More Information

There are many circumstances that could lead to acquittal. Working with an experienced San Jose criminal attorney of the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., can ensure that you get the best possible outcome from your case. Dealing with criminal charges is tough in all cases, and no matter the details of your situation, you’ll need a qualified, determined legal team fighting on your side to get an acquittal. Call us today at (408) 493-0082 to get started on your case.

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