Nick Sitterly of the Sitterly Law Firm handles simple and complex defense cases. As a criminal defense attorney, he ensures his clients receive the best strategies to help them win their cases.
A criminal defense attorney specializes in defending individuals or organizations accused of committing crimes. Their primary role is to protect the rights and interests of their clients, ensuring they receive fair treatment under the law.
Nick Sitterly works on a wide range of cases, including misdemeanors such as traffic violations and DUIs, as well as serious felonies like murder and drug trafficking. He represents defendants at all stages of the criminal justice process – from pre-trial investigations through plea bargaining negotiations to trial proceedings.
A critical aspect of a criminal defense attorney's job is conducting thorough research into each case:
Nick Sitterly is a fraud defense attorney specializing in defending individuals or companies accused of committing fraud. Here are the kinds of cases he works on:
Losing your case doesn’t mean the fight stops there. As your criminal defense attorney, Nick Sitterly immediately begins the appeals process.
Acting as your criminal appeals attorney, he’ll review the trial record to identify legal errors that may have occurred during the trial or sentencing process. He’ll search for new evidence and possible prosecutorial misconduct. His mission is to seek a more favorable outcome, potentially overturning convictions or reducing sentences.
Nick Sitterly is a respected and experienced appellate attorney that has successfully represented clients in both the New Mexico Court of Appeals and the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
While some prison officials may think they can get away with treating the incarcerated inhumanely, it’s crucial to know that you still have rights even while imprisoned.
Prisoners have the right to clean and sanitary facilities providing safe conditions with access to food and water. They have the right to medical care and access to showers.
While incarcerated, you have the right to be treated fairly compared to other inmates. Most importantly, you have the right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment. Never hesitate to reach out to a prisoner rights attorney when experiencing these kinds of abuses:
Nick Sitterly hates bullies, and that’s one of the many reasons why he’s a criminal defense attorney. To best serve his clients, he takes on a smaller caseload than other firms so that his clients get the personalized attention their cases need.
To ensure his clients receive the most updated and advanced strategies, he remains active as an instructor for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. He teaches state and federal lawyers every aspect of a trial, helping them become better advocates.
The Sitterly Law Firm isn’t a boutique law office. It’s a justice-seeking machine that never quits.
At the Sitterly Law Firm, we believe everyone deserves to have their rights protected and fought for regarding prison abuse, police misconduct, malicious prosecution, and false imprisonment. That’s why we’ll use our knowledge and expertise to give you a fighting chance against illegal law enforcement and prison practices.
Contact our habeas corpus attorney today to schedule your consultation.