The police are only required to read you your Miranda rights if they question you while you are in custody. Whether or not someone is actually "in custody" is generally the subject of a motions hearing, but that is only if you actually did say something to the police. You definitely need a good attorney who is familiar with Jefferson County cases to help you with this type of charge.
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We would be happy to help you with this issue. Please email me your phone number so I can call to discuss it.
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It is not clear from your question why he was arrested this time by the probation officer, which is an important piece of information to be able to assist you. Regardless, a second violation can certainly result in jail time, but a good attorney may be able to prevent that. We would be happy to talk to you about the case. Feel free to leave me a message at 303-238-0648 over the weekend, and I will promptly return the call.
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Sometimes the drug task force waits to book people, sometimes for months. Do you have the name of the detective who arrested you? If so, I would be happy to call the cop to make inquiries on your behalf. Often but not always, I have had success with getting the cop to let me know when a decision has been made on charges so that the client can turn themselves in rather than be arrested at home or work. Sometimes I can even get them to agree on a summons instead of a warrant, which means you...
Yes, you do need a lawyer to help you with this. There are judges who would impose a jail sentence, and a lawyer can help you avoid that.
I have never seen the fee be waived. You have to look through the police reports and the court records to determine which agencies may have your records. Be aware all agencies have to be notified by certified mail, so this is an additional expense. We do seal records for people, and provide some additional services when we are retained to do that.