Every person charged with a crime in the United State has a right to a jury trial. Clients decide from time to time that a trial is necessary. In those instances, when the prosecutor would not bend and the balance to obtain a dismissal or reach a negotiated plea never shifted, we have a jury trial.
Jury trials are a right but also a risky proposition. No one can predict what twelve people will decide based on the evidence they hear at trial.
Find a lawyer with the experience to evaluate your case honestly for you; one who does not promise outcomes. No one can guarantee a specific outcome. Zealous advocacy and sound advice are what you need.