Legal Advice for Criminal Investigation — 112 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Hackworth, over 1 year ago.
Unfortunately, it is simply human nature to forget things at times, but forgetting a court appearance can have major consequences. Most importantly, if someone misses a misdemeanor criminal... more
Written by attorney Eric Rothstein, over 1 year ago.
The right to remain silent when questioned or arrested by the police.
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, over 1 year ago.
Every individual who is arrested or charged with a felony offense provides a DNA sample to the arresting law enforcement agency. The DNA sample is often collected as part of the booking... more
Written by attorney Jerry Jenkins, 12 months ago.
Common questions revolve around what someone should do when under investigation for a crime. The guide will list the three most important things to remember.
Written by attorney David Cornish, about 2 years ago.
La policía mira para muchas cosas diferentes en la detección, supresión y persecución de los delitos. El personal encargado de hacer cumplir de manera similar entrenados y supervisados ... more
Written by attorney Christopher Leroi, 7 months ago.
It is in our human nature, especially when we either think or know that we have not done anything wrong or committed a crime, to want to talk with an investigating detective or... more
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, over 1 year ago.
When facing an internal investigation, it is essential for a corporation and its employees to be fully aware of the potential advantages and pitfalls regarding attorney-client privileges... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, about 2 years ago.
Embezzlement is the theft of money, property, or other assets by an individual who maintains trust or responsibility over those assets. While embezzlement is a non-violent crime, and is... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, over 1 year ago.
Veteran Criminal Defense Attorney Outlines Common Situations where Police Use Intimidation, Tricks or Deception to Obtain Incriminatory Information from Citizens
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, over 2 years ago.
Facing a charge of possessing, distribution, receiving, or producing child pornography is a scary proposition. Not only do child pornography charges carry the possibility of long prison... more
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