We recently discussed how biological evidence can have an important role in a criminal case. While that is only one aspect of a criminal case, it is one that can easily make or break a case. If your criminal case includes fingerprint, DNA, or other similar evidence, it is important that you take the time to learn about how you might be able to answer up for those types of evidence in your defense.
We know that this might seem very complicated. The good news here is that we can help you to evaluate the case against you so that you learn what options you have. When it comes to most biological evidence, we must start with looking into how the evidence was collected. From there, we need to determine how the evidence was handled and how it was processed. If there were any errors or missteps anywhere in that process, we could possibly use that as part of your defense.
Your defense against any violent crime has to answer every point possible that the prosecution is going to make. There are some points that are challenging to address. For example, a claim of rape might come after what you thought was a consensual encounter. In that case, you would have to try to figure out how to prove that you had the other person’s consent.
We acknowledge that this is all a lot to take in. If you are facing violent crime charges, understanding what you need to do can help you as you work on getting a defense together.