Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys in Louisiana

If you have been accused of or arrested for committing a crime, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney. Hiring a skilled criminal defense attorney can be the differing factor between being sentenced to jail or walking free out of the courtroom. At Rozas & Associates we believe that every defendant is innocent until proven guilty. Even a misdemeanor charge can have a large impact on your life going forward. With so much at stake it is important to know the benefits of hiring a Louisiana criminal defense attorney who will fight for you.
 
Benefits of Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney
  1. Our legal knowledge - We are experienced in every aspect of criminal law. Our attorneys have had many years of practice and experience handling cases similar to yours. We understand the legal system and have a better chance at winning your case than if you attempted to represent yourself. Having the legal assistance of a criminal defense attorney is imperative. 
  2. We know how to navigate the system - Knowing everyone who has a hand in your case and the role they play is extremely important. Our criminal defense attorneys have knowledge of the prosecutors, judges, and all other crucial members which will help to build a stronger case and fight for you more effectively.  
  3. We have the proper resources - Each case we handle requires us to take a different approach depending on the details. Regardless of what we’re met with, our team has the resources to handle your case. We’re able to find witnesses, gather evidence, and plan out a strategy to win your case.   We have an in house investigator, full time paralegals, as well as a number of attorneys ready to work each case like it was our own.

Types of Criminal Charges we Handle

A criminal charge is defined as a formal accusation by the government that an individual committed an act that is prohibited by law and considered to violate the moral standards of society. At Rozas & Associates, our criminal law team offers experienced defense against charges related to the following:
  • Drug Crimes
  • DUI/DWI
  • Assault & Battery
  • Sex Crimes
  • Federal Crimes
  • Internet Crimes
  • Temporary Restraining Order

You Need Help Navigating Through the Criminal Justice System

If you are facing a felony or misdemeanor charge and are looking for a criminal attorney in Baton Rouge, or surrounding areas, you want representation from a firm who understands the system. You also should seek an attorney who can navigate the system efficiently while maintaining the goal of minimizing or completely beating the charges against you. At Rozas & Associates we provide that representation. We are dedicated to safeguarding our clients’ individual rights and obtaining the best possible outcome. Contact our Louisiana criminal law firm today to get in touch with one of our experienced and highly trusted Baton Rouge criminal defense attorneys.

Criminal Defense Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a Criminal Defense Attorney?

This is usually the first question anyone facing a criminal charge asks. There are several benefits of hiring a criminal defense attorney to handle your case.
  • Criminal Defense Attorneys Understand the Judicial System - The legal system can be very confusing and we understand that. Our team of criminal defense attorneys know the ins and outs of how the system works. At Rozas and Associates we are able to guide each of our clients through the legal process based on their specific case. 
  • We are Experienced in Handling Cases like Yours - Different attorneys have different specialties and at Rozas and Associates we specialize in handling criminal cases. There is a likely chance that our attorneys have handled a case that is similar or identical to yours. We understand what we need to provide on our end to provide you with the best outcome possible. 
  • We can Protect You and Your Future - Our attorneys fight for you and your future. We will work to have your charges reduced and penalties lessened while our ultimate goal is to have the case dismissed. Our attorneys efforts can help to keep a felony off of your record and keep you out of jail among many other things.
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Can I represent myself?


Yes, you have the right to represent yourself in a criminal case. A judge must first determine you legally competent. As long as you are determined to be legally competent, give up the right to an attorney, and understand the court proceedings, you are entitled to represent yourself. 

There are several reasons why we would not suggest you represent yourself and instead hire a criminal defense attorney. This includes: lack of courtroom experience, you may make self-incriminating statements, and you may not understand court rules.
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What is an arraignment?

An arraignment is the initial formal hearing before a court in a criminal case. During an arraignment the court will announce the charges that have been filed against the defendant. The defendant will also be advised of his/her rights, the consequences of a plea, and asked how they plead.
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How long does a criminal case last?

There are many factors that will play a part in determining how long your case will take. These factors include the complexity of your case, where you were charged, your criminal history, and the type of charge it is (misdemeanor or felony). A felony case can last several months and even over a year. A misdemeanor case can be resolved in a few weeks or months.

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