Article by: Lance Turnbow, Attorney
Many of Lance Turnbow’s clients face uphill battles. Most are good people who made a mistake. His job is to get the prosecutor to understand that you are not a bad person. One way he does this is to have you take a class or do some community service before we ever go to court. For drug charges, Lance suggests the nature of marijuana class or the drug offender program. For DWI charges, he suggests the DWI Education program.
No one wants to take these classes but sometimes it makes all the difference when it comes to getting your case dismissed. Community service also helps. Lance Turnbow frequently get cases dismissed when his clients have completed as little as 24 hours of community service. By doing some community service it shows a prosecutor that you care about the outcome of your case.
If you are facing criminal charges the best thing you can do is be proactive. A class and community service can go a long way in getting the best possible outcome for your case. If you are facing criminal charges call Lance Turnbow, Attorney, he can help.