Why Your Lawyer Might Not Fight To Prove Your Innocence
In the popular imagination, a criminal law attorney is somebody who stands in front of a jury and proves their client’s innocence. The real-world version of a lawyer, though, often elects to do something quite different. Especially if you feel your innocence is self-evident, you might wonder why your attorney would choose to handle your case in a different way. Here are some reasons why a lawyer may not argue the same way you see it portrayed on TV.