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If you are charged with a crime it is important you protect your legal rights, one of which is the right to an attorney to defend you over the often long and complicated legal process. While some people may think they can defend themselves in these situations, they usually cannot even if they have had legal training. The legal system is quite complicated and operates differently in various states and jurisdictions. Also, individuals who are being accused of a crime have a lot on their minds and can't necessarily concentrate on proving their innocence in a courtroom without personal emotions and stress getting in the way. For all of these reasons, hiring a defense attorney to work for you and protect your legal rights is integral to your freedom and future.

When you are arrested or initially charged with a crime, the first thing you should do is hire a criminal defense attorney. Try not to talk to anyone else first, as your attorney is not legally obligated to speak to authorities about what you tell them--whereas other people you talk to about the case, from the police to your family members, can be forced to testify. Not talking or making a statement, especially under a bit of pressure from the police while being questioned is not an easy thing for most people to do, but it could be the difference in you winning or losing a criminal case.

Beyond intimately knowing the law and how it works in your particular case, a criminal defense attorney also has contacts and connections within the system where they practice law. They know judges, other attorneys, police officers and others in the government who may be able to aid your case in ways you would never have access to if you didn't have them on your team. This will further protect your legal rights in ways you never knew existed.

Finally a good criminal defense attorney will figure out if the crime you are being charged with is something even needs to go to court in the first place. They will know how to work within the system and be your voice in places you would never have access to otherwise. Obviously, you'll need to vet the attorney you hire, based on their track record and experience as a lawyer. But the sooner you get a criminal defense attorney to represent you after you have been charged with a crime, the better off you will be.