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Making Decisions After You Are Arrested in South Dakota

Drew Duncan
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After you’ve been arrested in South Dakota, there may be several options for pursuing the best outcome in your case. Although this sounds like good news—and it often is—the bad news is that sorting through these options and making decisions about how to proceed can be extremely complicated.

The Best Way to Make the Best Decisions Is to Have an Ally on Your Side

You don’t have to sort through everything on your own, and you don’t have to go on wondering what you can do to make your situation better. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you:

  • Determine the options available. By digging into the specifics of your case and explaining more about your rights under the law as it relates to your situation, a skilled attorney can quickly provide an idea of the kinds of options available to you and what steps you can take to have the penalties reduced or the case dismissed.  
  • Determine which options make the most sense in your case. Not every option makes sense in every case. With a personal touch and a real focus on you, the client, our experienced criminal defense attorneys can give you the pros and cons of each option and help you choose the best way to proceed.  

Whether you decide to accept a plea bargain, go to trial, or pursue other options after an arrest in South Dakota, our experienced South Dakota criminal defense attorneys have your back and will guide you through the best options available in your situation. To learn more in a free case review, reach out to us today at 888-733-2992, or simply fill out the confidential contact form on this page.

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