Two people who have committed the same offense, with the same background, could end up with drastically different sentences. You could end up doing more time or facing stiffer penalties if the court is not presented with all of the possible mitigating factors.
With each criminal case that reaches the sentencing phase, our attorneys spend an enormous amount of time working on a persuasive and powerful sentencing memorandum. This memorandum details for the court all of the mitigating factors, including:
- Good deeds
- Lack of a prior criminal history
- Community service or charitable acts
- Age and background of the defendant