We collect, review and submit character letters in almost every case. These letters contain important information about a person that extends beyond what is contained in the Pre-Sentence Report. For example, a judge may consider information about the support a defendant has from his or her family because people are less likely to reoffend if they have support in the community. A judge may consider circumstances where a parent or child has a particular need for the care that can only be provided by the defendant. This type of information is of information is often contained in character reference letters.
We respect your privacy. The information you provide will be used to answer your question or to schedule an appointment if requested.