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Sentencing Representation in California's State Courts

If you've pled guilty or been convicted of a California criminal offense but haven't been sentenced, your case isn't over yet. You need an expert defense lawyer at your side during sentencing to ensure that you receive the fairest possible outcome in your California criminal case. An experienced defense attorney from The Kavinoky Law Firm can represent you at your sentencing and ensure that your rights are protected.

Even if you've already been convicted of a California criminal offense, in most cases the judge has a great deal of latitude in deciding what your sentence is. Your defense lawyer will submit a detailed sentencing memorandum before the judge determines your punishment that will paint you in the best possible light.

Preparing an effective sentencing memorandum in your California criminal case may involve working with a psychologist or other treatment professionals to explain to the court any factors that may have contributed to your criminal offense.

Your defense lawyer may also call witnesses to testify at your sentencing hearing who will demonstrate to the court that treating you with leniency will serve the interests of justice. Lastly, your defense attorney will argue your position persuasively to the judge.

Even if you've pled guilty to a California criminal offense or been convicted by a jury, your case is far from over until you've been sentenced. The judge has flexibility in determining your sentence, so it's critical to have a skilled defense lawyer advocating for your rights. An experienced defense attorney from The Kavinoky Law Firm will fight to ensure that you receive the fairest possible sentence in your California criminal case. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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