Harris & Harris, P.C. represents people in the following areas of law:
Federal Criminal Defense
State Criminal Defense
Harris & Harris, P.C. specializes in criminal defense in State and Federal court. We recognize that our clients come to us in what is likely one of the most difficult situations they have faced. Accordingly, we work to communicate effectively with our clients and to provide them the highest level of advice to enable them to make intelligent and knowing decisions as we, together, navigate the judicial process. Serving as a guiding hand, we zealously defend against the charges, working closely with our clients to reach the most favorable outcome. Many of our clients hire us for our litigation experience. We also leverage this experience against prosecutors in reaching results prior to trial that satisfy our clients. Our experience is what informs our practice. It proves instrumental in achieving results, including pre-filing decisions not to prosecute, or often pre-trial litigation that resolves the case.
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