Legal Advice for Criminal Investigation — 46 results
Written by attorney Scott Kelly, 11 months ago.
Things to keep in mind when the cops want to talk to you. Rule 1. Tell them you will not talk to them without first consulting with an attorney I could stop the list here. This is crucial.... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, over 1 year ago.
Traffic and most misdemeanor cases function differently than felony cases from the investigation to the charging decision. This guide explains the difference. Traffic and Low Level... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, about 4 years ago.
In Arizona, the juvenile crime investigation processnormally follows the same process as any other type of crime. It usually begins when the police receive a complaint and create a... more
Written by attorney Craig R. Johnson, almost 2 years ago.
This guide will advise people on how to interact with police to preserve their rights and minimize potential negative consequences. It gives general advice, but is not intended for every... more
Written by attorney Justin Hausler, almost 2 years ago.
This guide focuses on what you should and shouldn't do while the focus of a criminal investigation. Often I have clients ask me how they should conduct themselves when confronted by police... more
Written by attorney Andrew Edelberg, over 2 years ago.
What to avoid in dealing with police in criminal investigations.
Written by attorney Matthew Wallin, over 4 years ago.
Prior to an arrest and prior to the prosecutor filing a formal charge against you, there will likely be an investigation by a police agency. It is important to... more
Written by attorney Shannon Locke, about 5 years ago.
The Three Stages of a Criminal Case 1) The investigation
3) The Trial. The Investigation The investigation can be a very quick stage that takes less than a day or it can be... more
Written by attorney Cy M. Abdo, almost 5 years ago.
Preparation When You Are Investigated or Charged If you know you are being investigated, contact a lawyer. My advice when dealing with the police: be polite, do not consent to a search, do... more
Written by attorney Mark Deniz, over 1 year ago.
It is vital to know how to break down a DUI investigation. Facts from the investigation will flow within a particular phase. The easiest way to break it down is to take it from the... more
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