Plea Bargain Versus Trial

Plea Bargain vs. Trial

plea bargain vs trialOur attorneys are former Los Angeles DUI prosecutors, having tried over a hundred jury and court trials to verdict. We consider many variables – including the client’s background, the strengths and weaknesses of the prosecutor’s case, the results of the defense investigation, the results of blood-split forensic testing, and the reliability of the breath testing equipment – in advising a client whether a jury trial is in his or her best interest.

A plea bargain is offered by the prosecution wherein you plead “guilty” or “no contest” to a lesser charge, avoiding a potentially lengthy and expensive trial. By accepting a plea bargain, you may also receive lessened or alternative sentencing and even have some of your charges dismissed. As part of the plea bargain, the charges that are dismissed should not show up on your criminal record.

Your Los Angeles DUI attorneys will be able to advise you on whether to accept a plea bargain. The truth of the matter is that pleading guilty may not be the right decision for your particular case. You may benefit from taking your DUI charge to trial where you can be found “not guilty” and walk away with a clean record. With the expertise of a skilled trial attorney, you will be able to make the correct choice which will benefit your DUI case.

Law Firm You Can Trust

At Eisner Gorin LLP, our DUI trial lawyers have over 50 years of courtroom experience in criminal cases of all kinds, including fighting misdemeanor and felony DUI charges. We will be able to thoroughly evaluate your situation and help you make an informed decision about whether to accept a plea bargain or go to trial. If we reject a plea bargain, our lawyers will take your case to trial and fight on your behalf to win your case. Either way, our lawyers’ extensive experience will work in your favor.

Contact our law firm immediately so we can assist you in making the most informed decision at 877-781-1570. Pleading guilty may be the fastest way of putting your case behind you, but may not be in your best interest. Do not let someone force you to take a plea bargain, without a complete defense investigation, and a critical examination of the prosecutor’s evidence. We promise to fight for you, and get you the best possible outcome in court.

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