We provide criminal defense representation in the Circuit Court of Baldwin County, the District Court of Baldwin County, Alabama and municipalities within Baldwin County including the City of Bay Minette, City of Daphne, Town of Elberta, City of Fairhope, City of Foley, City of Gulf Shores, Town of Loxley, City of Silverhill, City of Spanish Fort, and Town of Summerdale.
Our team of Baldwin County, Alabama criminal defense attorneys assure that our clients are well informed while going through the criminal justice process. It is critical at the outset to provide our clients with an idea of the best-case and worst-case scenarios. We advise our clients regarding the procedures at every step, options available to our clients, and how we believe we should proceed. We provide our clients with as much information as possible, because, while we are invested in the result and your future, it is your case and your life. The client always makes the final decision in handling his criminal defense matter.
There are important decisions to be made: whether to accept a plea agreement, try your case, testify in your own defense, and others. Those decisions are yours and it is our job to be sure that you have all the information necessary to choose wisely.
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As Baldwin County Alabama criminal defense attorneys, there are some decisions that we will make, such as discovery and procedural matters, motion practice such as motions in limine, and the theory of our case if we go to trial. This is where our experience and knowledge of the Baldwin County criminal justice system becomes critical. We will work together to paint you and your case as positively as possible.
Our lawyers and staff work together on cases to provide the best results for our clients and a higher standard of client care.
At Brackin and Johnson we understand the criminal justice process, how to work with each District Attorney and Assistant District Attorney, city prosecutor, or judge handling your criminal case, and the possibilities prior to even entering the court room. The experience allows us to better inform our clients of what to expect prior to even entering the courtroom. In turn, this makes the case go a lot smoother as well as helps your client be prepared for any outcome.