What we may have done on our worst day doesn't define us as a human being. Attorney Favreau understands this and vigorously defends persons accused of crimes with compassion and the insight gained from her many years of experience in criminal litigation.
Attorney Favreau will carefully listen to your side of the story and analyze the strength and weaknesses of the State's case against you to help you determine if it is in your best interest to fight the charges against you, to apply for a pre-trial diversionary program, or to secure a plea agreement. You can count on her to help you develop your best defense to the charges against you and to stand and fight for you throughout your court case.
Just because you are arrested for a crime does not mean that you will automatically end up with a conviction record in Connecticut. There are various pretrial programs available to the Court that allow your case to be diverted away from prosecution entirely. Pretrial diversionary programs, if granted to you by the court, may ultimately result in the dismissal of the charges against you upon your successful completion of the program.
Pretrial Programs such as the Pretrial Accelerated Rehabilitation Program, Application for Suspension of Prosecution and Order of Alcohol or Drug Treatment, the Supervised Diversionary Program (for persons with psychiatric disability or mental or emotional conditions), and the School Violence Education Program are among some of the diversionary programs that you may be eligible for.
If you are not eligible for a diversionary program or do not want to resolve your case in that manner, Attorney Favreau will endeavor to obtain the most favorable outcome possible in your case. Attorney Pam Favreau will enter negotiations with the prosecutor on your behalf to urge the State to take unilateral action and enter a nolle prosequi if their case against you is weak or to secure a plea agreement that is fair and acceptable to you if their case is strong. Attorney Pamala J. Favreau has the criminal litigation experience to vigorously contest the charges against you at a trial if that is your choice after considering all of your options.
Attorney Pamala J. Favreau has many years of experience as a trial lawyer. She will advise you of the pros and cons of taking your case to trial based on the specific facts and circumstances of your case and the applicable law. Attorney Favreau has successfully tried many cases throughout her career. As a result, she has developed a good intuition and the trial skills necessary to effectively defend you at trial. It is always your decision whether to settle your criminal case prior to trial or to fully contest the charges against you and elect to be tried by a jury or by the court.
Don't go it alone! You absolutely have a constitutional right to represent yourself, but the collateral consequences of a criminal conviction can affect your life for many years. If you are not trained in the substantive law governing your case and the rules of criminal procedure, why risk your future when there is a better way to handle your case? Call Attorney Pamala J. Favreau now for a free initial consultation. You will be glad you did. Attorney Pamala J. Favreau delivers experienced and extremely effective representation of accused persons in the following matters:
- All felony and misdemeanor charges in State Court
- All stages of criminal prosecution: Prior to any arrest during an investigation; Post arrest arraignment; Discovery and Plea negotiations, Pre-trial motion hearings; Jury and Court Trials; and Post judgment matters.
- DUI Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- DMV suspension hearings
- Serious Motor Vehicle Crimes
- Drug Offenses
- Domestic Violence Crimes
- Violation of Protective Orders
- Breach of Peace
- Reckless Endangerment
- Sexual Offenses
- Criminal Mischief
- Criminal Trespass
- Criminal Trespass
- Violations of Probation
- Pardon Applications
- Juvenile Delinquency Referrals
Call Attorney Favreau now at 860-634-1767 for a free confidential consultation.