When you are charged with a misdemeanor crime you enter the foreign world of the court system. Attorney Miranda McCroskey will assist you in navigating your way through the system with the best possible results. By retaining Ms. McCroskey you will save effort and time. Ms. McCroskey will stand up for you all the way, and tell the court your side of the story.
Once you have been detained or arrested, and a police report has been written it will be submitted to the District Attorney’s office. The DAs office will then decide if they will file the case against you or not. They have a year to make that decision. If they do file a complaint against you will be required to appear at an arraignment. If you do not appear at the arraignment a Failure to Appear charge may be added to your complaint an additional punishments may apply. At the arraignment you will need to plead Guilty or Not Guilty, you will be able to collect your police report (commonly called “Discovery”), and set a new date for a PreTrial. You will also have the opportunity to continue the arraignment, or plead guilty at the arraignment.
At the Pre-Trial conference, Ms. McCroskey will negotiate the best deal possible for you, or in the alternative discuss the possibility of trial.
Should you decide you want to take your case to trial, Ms. McCroskey will fight to prove your innocence.
Ms. McCroskey handles any variety of charges including but not limited to theft crimes, drug crimes, fraud, driving under the influence, vehicle code violations, Department of Motor Vehicle matters, assault and battery, resisting arrest, and juvenile matters.
Ms. McCroskey is personally available to assist you with every aspect of your case. Please call (714) 389-2257 for a free first consultation on your case. A reasonable fee structure can be determined for your needs. McCroskey Legal accepts all forms of payment.