Mental Health Related Crimes

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Minding your defense in mental health crime cases

Trauma Law’s approach to mental health crime defense in California involves providing streamlined case management with a single point of contact to ensure that all relevant details are captured and a strong defense is built. This may include gathering evidence, consulting with mental health experts, and exploring mental health defenses such as insanity, diminished capacity, and not guilty by reason of insanity. Trauma Law’s team has the knowledge and experience to understand the complex laws and procedures involved in mental health crime cases, which can be crucial in building a successful defense strategy.

Trauma Law’s ultimate goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for the client, whether that be a dismissal of charges, acquittal at trial, or a reduced sentence. Trauma Law will work diligently to challenge the prosecution’s evidence, negotiate with the prosecution, and explore all available legal options to help the client achieve the best possible outcome. Additionally, Trauma Law also provides counseling and support services to the client to help address any underlying mental health issues that may have contributed to the incident and to ensure the client’s safety and well-being. Trauma Law understands that mental health crime cases are sensitive and complex, and will work with the utmost discretion and sensitivity to make sure that the client’s rights are protected and that the client receives a fair trial.


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