As a former prosecutor, Ms. Yum has the experience and knowledge to know how the government works and thinks. Many San Diego criminal attorneys sit around and try to guess what’s going on in the prosecutor’s mind, but Ms. Yum has actually been there.
As a former deputy district attorney, Ms. Yum prosecuted cases just like yours. She received a wide range of trial experience when she was specifically assigned to various units at the DA’s office including: domestic violence, sex crimes and child abuse, misdemeanors (i.e. DUI, petty thefts, etc.), grand theft auto, general felonies, criminal street gangs, and many more. This type of background provides Ms. Yum with a unique advantage when it comes to negotiations, whether it’s resolving a probation case instead of prison or getting charges dismissed altogether.
Most importantly, Ms. Yum’s prior experience as a former prosecutor gives her a unique advantage when it comes to spotting and attacking the prosecution’s weak points in the courtroom. Winning a fight becomes much easier when you know all of the in’s and out’s of your opponent’s strategy. Because Ms. Yum was a prosecutor, she has insight that most criminal attorneys can only dream of.
When you look at Ms. Yum’s experience, abilities, and commitment you may think that her fees are astronomical. Not so. Here at the Law Offices of Anna R. Yum, we have a very fair, reasonable fee structure – and nothing like what you might find at some other San Diego criminal attorneys’ offices.
Think of it this way. The criminal lawyer you choose, the one you hire to represent you, will be a primary contributing factor in the direction of your life from this point. Will you be punished for something you did not do? Will you receive a harsher punishment than you deserve? Will you get lost in the criminal justice system – or fall through the cracks completely? The wrong attorney could take you down that road and who knows where you will end up.
As your San Diego criminal lawyer, Anna Yum will be committed to your case and do everything in her power to ensure that justice is served and you get a fair, fighting chance on your day in court.