Why should you choose Servantez and Cabranes to represent you or a loved one?
The answer is simple - We fight for our clients.
When you retain Servantez and Cabranes you get attorneys that do not go
looking for problems but when problems surface are ready to stand their
ground and fight.
Like most law firms we settle most of our cases. But there is a difference
between law firms who opposing attorneys know will never go to trial and law
firms that opposing attorneys know will try a case, and try it well. Lawyers
and law firms who will not try cases simply do not get the best offers to
settle cases. Do not kid yourself, attorneys who try cases, know who will
and who will not try a case. A Federal or State Prosecutor has no incentive
to negotiate if they know that the opposing attorney is not willing to take
the case to trial. Conversely, a Federal or State Prosecutor is usually more
willing to negotiate - and give a better settlement offer - if they think
that there is a realistic chance that the case may be tried.
The reality is that some cases just will not settle. It may be because the
prosecutor is unwilling to make what the defendant considers to be a
reasonable offer or it may be because the defendant is innocent and wants his
or her day in Court. When that happens you want someone who has trial
experience. At Servantez and Cabranes we have a great deal of experience in
Federal and State Criminal Jury trials. We had tried cases involving
allegations of Homicide, Racketeering, Fraud, Money Laundering, Distribution
of Controlled Substances, Reckless Endangerment of Safety, Sexual Assault,
Aggravated Battery, Criminal Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct to
name a few, in both State and Federal Courts.
Lastly, a defendant accused of a crime will go through an enormous amount of
stress before conclusion of the case. That is a normal reaction to a
potential jail or prison sentence. The stress is increased dramatically if
the defendant is a foreign national, who may not understand all of his or her
rights under a State or Federal Constitution, who may not understand the
process and who may not speak English well enough to communicate directly
with his or her attorney. Interpreters can be used, but there is no
substitute for conversations directly between the attorney and the client
which eliminate the potential for miscommunication that is always present
when an interpreter is used. At Servantez and Cabranes, our criminal defense
attorneys are bi-lingual in English and Spanish. We do not need anyone’s
help to speak to our Spanish speaking clients.
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