If you are preparing for trial in your case, National Legal Professional Associates can provide assistance in the form of a variety of US pretrial services. We have an extensive background in a wide range of cases whether drugs, fraud, conspiracies, etc., and can assist with trial preparation in all state and federal cases.
We offer two types of legal consulting services for pretrial assistance – our Pretrial Information Program (PIP) and our Full Pretrial Assistance program.
If you want to have access to information concerning the criminal defense process as well as the latest developments in the case, this level of assistance may be exactly what you need. Judge in thought this level of service is designed to assist in obtaining information that otherwise may not readily be available to you. When you subscribe to the Pretrial Information Program service NLPA can assist you in gathering information from court records as well as help access important articles about the criminal defense process and provide this information to you.
By subscribing to NLPA’s Pretrial Information Program (PIP), you would receive information concerning critical topics such as:
Information about the criminal defense process that will include articles written by experienced defense attorneys that may otherwise not be easily obtainable. These articles will include information about: how to select the best attorney, bail/bond programs, pretrial hearings, procedures of the court, pretrial motions, plea negotiations, polygraph exams, eyewitness testimony, defense strategies, information concerning how the grand jury operates, and a number of other topics that are sure to be encountered during the pretrial stage of your case. In addition, you can also have access to topics like the use of eyewitness testimony for the defense, the use of polygraph examinations to clear a defendant, if the police legally lie to prosecute you, and much more.
Once you have hired NLPA for the Pretrial Information Program (PIP), if your attorney is willing to have NLPA’s assistance in preparing the actual defense of your case and once we have a bona fide confirmation from your counsel that he is willing to receive our assistance, we will be able to then provide NLPA’s Full Pre-trial Services.
As explained above, should your attorney be willing to have our lawyers assist him/her in the actual research and preparation of pre-trial motions as well as work with him on the strategy to pursue in your defense, NLPA is happy to provide this additional service. Should your attorney be willing to have our researchers work with him in your defense, NLPA would be happy to work with counsel in assisting you with preparing for trial of your case. We realize that you need immediate relief of some form and that if you decide to hire NLPA to assist your counsel, you would want us to assist your attorney in disposing of the charges which you are facing in the quickest possible fashion while incurring the least possible cost to yourself and while also receiving maximum legal protection. In this situation, you need a defense team that understands and appreciates not only the court system, but the prison and probation systems as well. In the event you decide to hire NLPA to assist you and your counsel at this stage of your case, we would assist in providing many services.
Though some may not be applicable to you, the types of services we generally can provide under the direction of your counsel are:
Some examples of such potential pre-trial motions which we can assist your counsel in preparing are:
Cases our Researchers have Assisted Counsel
If you’re preparing for trial in a criminal case, the last thing you need on your plate is the added stress paying for your legal team. National Legal Professional Associates also offers competitive pricing for our pretrial services as well as a number of different financing options and payment plans.
The bottom line is that whether your trial will be held in state or federal court and no matter what you are charged with – if you need legal counsel services for pretrial assistance, NLPA is here to help.