Short answer: Yes. It doesn't matter—
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The prosecution is going to do everything it can to rack up its record of convictions; including yours—and make your bail high, bring the maximum charges, and obtain the most severe sentence.
That's the nature of the criminal justice system, in every state and in federal jurisdictions. The judges are "neutral," but the goal of the law enforcement and the prosecutors involved in your case is to convict you and make sure that you are punished, to the max. Without an attorney working on your behalf, the whole system is tilted heavily in favor of the prosecution.
Indeed, prosecutors have a tremendous amount of power. They decide whether or not to even issue criminal charges in the first place. They make the choice of what charge(s) to bring, and whether to confer immunity on an individual. Prosecutors also have the power to subpoena witnesses (make people testify in court).
In addition, there is a tendency for jury members to believe that an accused person is probably guilty of the charges—after all (they may think), why else would the prosecutor and system go to all this trouble to bring him to trial?
An experienced criminal defense attorney will work tirelessly on your behalf, at every stage of the criminal process, such as:
Whatever your circumstances are, you can turn to the Sigal Law Group, PC for experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense representation. Despite the circumstances of your case, the highly-skilled legal team at the Sigal Law Group treats every matter as if it were their own and will fight tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome. Contact a Los Angeles criminal attorney today.