You Can't Undo A Guilty Plea
Never Plead Guilty® to criminal charges.
The decision to plead guilty to criminal charges could negatively affect the rest of your life. Never plead guilty to any criminal charge until you have consulted Sean May, an experienced criminal defence lawyer in the Ottawa area, and have been advised of your options and the possible consequences of entering a guilty plea.
Sean May will arm you with the knowledge and advice that you need to make a fully informed decision that will result in the best possible outcome for your situation. Call Sean May today at (613) 454-1237.
Why you should call Sean May today.
If you are facing criminal charges, it is vital that you contact Sean May as soon as possible. Earlier in the process, there are more ways in which Sean May may be able to help you.
Not only will Sean May advise you about entering a plea, but, if you decide to plead not guilty, we will preserve the evidence necessary for your defence by speaking with you and other witnesses before memories fade. We will also ensure that any physical evidence relevant to your defence is properly preserved before it disappears.
Calling Sean May immediately will ensure that you enjoy the maximum benefits of having an experienced criminal lawyer on your side.
Entering a plea.
If you have been charged with a criminal offence, a judge will ask you to enter a plea at your first court appearance. Your options at this point are:
- Plead guilty.
- Plead not guilty.
- Reserve your plea (this means that you postpone entering your plea to a later date).
The judge may allow you to reserve your plea to enable you to consult a criminal defence lawyer and become better informed about your options. If you have not yet contacted Sean May, the time to do so is now, before entering a plea. Once you plead guilty, there is generally no going back and there may be fewer ways in which Sean May can help you at that point.