Have You Been Accused of a Crime in Orange County but No Charges Have Been Filed Yet?
If you have been accused but not charged, call Seyb Law Group now. Our attorneys may be able to prevent any criminal charges from being filed against you.
Most people do not know that a skilled, pre-file investigation attorney can actually prevent charges from being filed. In most cases, a person may be accused of a criminal act without any law enforcement present or witnessing the crime. In these situations, the law enforcement agency must investigate a crime before an arrest may be made. During this investigation face, an attorney can prevent criminal charges from being filed.
If you or someone you know has been accused of a crime but have not yet been charged, do not hesitate! Call Seyb Law Group now and speak to an experienced pre-file investigation attorney. You owe it to yourself to be proactive and see if we can prevent any charges from being filed.
Most Orange County defense lawyers will wait until you have been formally charged with a crime before taking action. But if you have a truly knowledgeable and skilled defense attorney, they will attack the accusation during the pre-file investigation period instead of waiting for formal criminal charges to be filed against you.
A significant amount of our recent case results in Orange County include preventing charges from ever being filed during this pre-file investigation stage.
If you’ve been accused of a crime but haven’t been charged, call the experienced attorneys at Seyb Law Group immediately at 714-676-5554 to proactively defend your rights and freedom.
Seyb Law Group has a professional reputation and significant pre-file investigation experience to effectively handle your case in Orange County. When a client comes to Seyb Law Group accused of a crime in Orange County, they are given individual attention and care to efficiently get them through the stressful legal process. We will protect your rights and not stop until we have gotten you the best possible outcome!
Remember! You have the right to remain silent. Exercise that right and do not speak to law enforcement, as that information can and will be used against you in a court of law.
You can call us directly 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 714-676-5554.