Criminal Defense

Have you been charged with a crime ?

If you have been arrested or are accused of a crime, you probably feel pretty bad right now. That is perfectly understandable.

Maybe you are mad. Maybe you are embarrassed. Maybe you are innocent! But you certainly need to call me so we can get you out of this mess. You are worried and I can appreciate that. It is perfectly understandable. So, what happened? How did all of this take place?

I am interested in your case and want to hear what you can tell me about it. It can be hard to call a stranger and tell them your problems. I get it. The longer you put it off, the more you are hurting your case.

Worried about how much it is going to cost?

Here’s the good news, I am not going to charge you one penny to come in and discuss your case with me. You tell me all about it, I’ll tell you what you are facing and then we can agree on what you can afford. It’s that simple. I make it easy on you. I am not going to bring you in and then throw you under the bus. When you hire me as your lawyer I will spend all the time it takes to explain your case to you.

Take all the time you want to read this web site and learn about me. Or, save all that time and call me. Let’s set up a time to visit and get started on getting you out of this mess.

Getting arrested can be an embarrassing and horrifying experience. It may affect every aspect of your life, including your bank account, your job and even the relationships you have within your family. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime in the Saint Charles area, Wayne T. Schoeneberg P.C. is here to protect your legal rights and help you attain the best possible result for your case.

Get the help you need

Wayne T. Schoeneberg P.C. cares about your personal situation. Let me help you achieve peace of mind. You are always welcome at my office, conveniently located in Saint Charles. Call the firm at 314-708-1000 to arrange your consultation or contact the firm online.

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remember two fundamental principles

1- You are innocent until proven guilty

Innocence and guilt are legal terms; they have nothing to do with whether you have actually committed a crime. The government must prove that you are guilty within the rules of evidence and the law.

2- The government must prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt

This is a very difficult hurdle for the government to overcome. Proof on a balance of probabilities is not enough. That is why one may be found innocent on criminal charges and yet lose in a civil lawsuit. If you are facing criminal charges, the wise course of action is to hire a caring, competent experienced criminal lawyer with knowledge of the law and the Missouri Court System.