Can the state use my confession against me in a criminal case?

Posted by John Callahan | Jul 09, 2013 | 0 Comments

Criminal defense lawyer Michael Norris has represented hundreds of clients who have “confessed.” Not only did they confess but these clients signed written confessions stating clearly that they did the crime. What was the crime? Two of them were murders, one of them was a criminal sexual abuse charge. In all three of those cases Mike was able to either convince the judge to dismiss the case or convinced a jury to find his clients not guilty after a full jury trial. In one case, the client came in after pleading guilty with another attorney to 12 years in jail. The client also was going to be required to register as a sex offender for his entire life. Defense Lawyer Michael Norris convinced the judge to vacate the plea from the other attorney and the matter was set down for a jury trial. After the jury trial, Mike Norris' client was found not guilty of all counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse.

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You never get a second chance to make a first impression. You may also never get a second chance to preserve your freedom if faced with criminal or DUI charges. If you are currently facing criminal charges, contact the law offices of John W. Callahan to protect you, your rights and your freedom. ...


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