|Sent on:||Monday, November 11, 2013 5:22 PM|
The latest edition of the US~Observer has hit the streets... Read on!
Everyday, people are charged with crimes they didn't commit. From small infractions to rape and even murder, people are forced to defend themselves from these false allegations or face stiff penalties and even prison. People rarely, if ever, stop to consider the injustice currently taking place within our justice system, regarding criminal/civil arenas and right down to traffic court, until they become a target/victim.
Typically, the first call made by those facing false charges is to a lawyer. It's a mistake that generally ends with a plea bargain being rammed right down the throat of the innocent person - not to mention the top dollar paid to their attorney for their "defense."
If there are any defense attorneys out there with a winning record beyond a 50% win-to-loss ratio, we would like to hear from you! Keep in mind, pleading someone out is not a win.
It is imperative that innocent victims of the system know that they have another option - really, the only option - in the US~Observer. We do the work that attorneys fail to do or that their convoluted “bar rules” prohibit them from doing.
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