A defense lawyer has a broad array of options when fighting for his client. In a criminal trial, he will have to choose a strategy based on his client’s unique background and legal expertise. Depending on the case, he may decide to try to prove that the defendant was not present at the scene of the crime. In other cases, he may try to prove that the accused was not guilty by showing that it is impossible to commit the crime. In these situations, the defense lawyer may have to cast doubt on the video’s authenticity.
Another tactic a defense lawyer may use is impeachment. This tactic means that the lawyer will attempt to discredit the testimony of the person who was injured. This tactic can also involve related issues with the witness. This can make their testimony less credible and harm the plaintiff’s case. Here are some examples of defense lawyer tactics:
Intentional offenses are intentional crimes, and the defense lawyer may use evidence of the accident to argue that the defendant was not guilty. This tactic is effective when the accused is charged with a first-degree murder, although it depends on the lawyer’s presentation of the case. Defendants can also use repeated play by presenting evidence that the defendant was not at fault. In many cases, a prosecutor will use a plea bargain to get a reduced sentence, or a favorable bond determination.
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