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If you have been arrested for any type of crime in St. Louis, your future may be at stake. You could be sent to jail or prison and forced to pay steep fines, in addition to the fact that a conviction would leave you with a criminal record which could drastically reduce your options for employment. Your family life, your social reputation and your career could suffer. The most effective course of action you can take at this point is to contact Attorney Brent Labovitz for a confidential consultation, to learn about your rights in the situation and to begin work on a strategy for your defense. He is a solo practitioner who also works with a group of attorneys. Since the day he graduated law school, he has practiced nothing but criminal defense, including work at a respected Chicago criminal defense law firm and for the Missouri Public Defender's Office. He has acted as lead counsel on hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases, and has an understanding of the criminal process which is rare in the field.

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Do not let the police or the prosecutor intimidate you into accepting an unfavorable plea bargain. Their job is to get you convicted on the strength of any evidence they have, whether or not it is actually sufficient to prove your guilt. No matter how bad the situation may appear, you have options, and you may not only be able to get a better plea bargain, you may be able to avoid conviction altogether. By retaining a St. Louis criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible, you can dramatically improve your chances of a successful outcome. Attorney Labovitz knows how to fight for your rights and will use his extensive expertise to do so.

At all times when you are under investigation and being prosecuted for crimes such as DWI, drug crimes, federal crimes and violent crimes, it is crucial that you avoid speaking about the charges with anyone but an attorney. You could inadvertently make statements which could be used as evidence against you. Before speaking to police or investigators, insist on your right to have an attorney present.

Contact a St. Louis criminal defense attorney for a confidential consultation about the charges you face, and to learn more about your options for defense.

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    • 100% Focused on Criminal Defense
    • Experience as Former Public Defender
    • Lead Counsel for Hundreds of Cases
    • Aggressive Approach to All Cases
    • Personal Attention for Every Client

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Whatever your circumstances are, this is the man to see in St. Louis I'm obviously a criminal (even if I'm innocent), otherwise why would I know Brent? Even if there's that rare chance you're "innocent"... Whatever your circumstances are, this is the man to see in St. Louis. My case was very high profile and if Brent hadn't been in my corner I would have been a very old man if and/or when I was released from incarceration. 10+ felonies and I actually walked out of the courtroom. If you're Googling and came across this then you're done! Stop shopping around; don't buy the hype printed in magazines that a publicist promotes and those once great attorneys pay for. Spend your money on someone that's actually there for you. My case(s) have been years in the making. Brent respected me and my family. He stood up and spoke up when I was too afraid to. If you're reading this, then I truly feel your pain. Weather it's for yourself or someone you love and you're panicking and don't know what to do... It's an awful feeling. Before you say yes to any of the letters in the mail or the many other ways attorneys attack you with "you need me, I'm the best"... Talk to Brent and save your butt.
- Steven A.
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