One of the most common questions you get as a San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney is, how can you defend someone who committed X? It’s a great question. The short answer is in the Sixth Amendment, which says in part, “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall . . . have the Assistance of Counsel for his defense.” There are NO exceptions to this rule. And the reality is, you wouldn’t want there to be. The minute we start picking and choosing who gets Constitutional rights and who does not, is when we start to tear away at the very fabric that makes the United States what it is…