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The Reasoning Behind Our Motto: We know not every case will go to trial, but we believe every case should be prepared for trial. Preparing a case for trial is a long and complex process. Unfortunately, many lawyers avoid this valuable groundwork. At the law office of Andrew R. Lynch we take the opposite approach. We have found that being ready for trial is the best way to find out about your case and get you the best deal possible.

In the legal community, it is often said that the lawyer who is most familiar with the facts of the case ends up winning. By preparing every case for trial we are able to learn as much about you, your case, and your goal for your case as we can. We investigate the officers, evidence, and witnesses involved in your case. With this information, we build a legal and factual trial defense for your jury.

Another advantage of preparing every case for trial is the position of power it gives us. We are not bluffing when we say we are ready and the State knows this. This reputation gives us the leverage we need to get you the best deal possible. In preparing a case for trial and learning the weaknesses in the State’s evidence, many cases, which appeared hopeless, can be dismissed or reduced to a lesser charge without a trial ever becoming necessary.

Being charged with a crime is one of the worst experiences you can go through. At the law office of Andrew R. Lynch we understand this. In order to help you through this difficult and frustrating process, Mr. Lynch prepares your case for trial so that you can explore every outcome and make the choice that is right for you.

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