Greensboro Felony Trial Attorney Must Be Aware of Potential Objection

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A Greensboro felony trial attorney must be aware of every potential objection in a trial.

In the recent  North Carolina Supreme Court case, State v. Collins, (Sept. 23, 2016), a strip search was held constitutional.  This case, however, was not, as expected, decided on its merits.  The Court upheld the convicted because the trial attorney did not timely raise an objection during the original court hearing.

Trials are difficult; it takes skill, charisma, experience and intellect to win a case.  However, as evident from this case, even a small mistake can cost a defendant their freedom and deny them their constitutional rights, not based on fairness, but on procedural mistakes.

If you are in Greensboro with a felony or misdemeanor criminal charge, and need an experienced, charismatic trial attorney, contact Greensboro’s top rated felony trial attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olson today.  We are here to help!