Legal Advice for Criminal Investigation — 46 results
Written by attorney Keith John Bruno, about 6 years ago.
JUVENILE RIGHTS Juveniles have many of the same rights as adults. As juveniles, your rights include:
The right to remain silent during police questioning.
The right to have an attorney... more
Written by attorney James Knibbs, almost 5 years ago.
INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS: Outline for the Corporation
This outline discusses issues to consider when a corporation faces misconduct allegations.Corporations are at times confronted with... more
Written by attorney Julio Laboy, almost 5 years ago.
Say Nothing If a detective contacts you seeking an interview: say nothing, exercise your right to remain silent. Often law enforcement investigators will make it seem as if they actually... more
Written by attorney D. Sessions, about 5 years ago.
Charging Documents. Most DUI charges are brought through what is called a Uniform Traffic Citation (“UTC”) or a formal accusation. Thorough DUI lawyers carefully scrutinize these charging... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 3 years ago.
Sobriety checkpoints can be used to stop drivers and deter drinking and driving. In Phoenix, AZ, a sobriety checkpoint is usually set up in a fixed location in which motor vehicles are... more
Written by attorney Brian Dettman, over 1 year ago.
I generally try to avoid having more than two beers and driving.
I have two reasons:
1) I don't ever want my wife to identify my body.
2) I don't want to kill someone and get charged w... more
Written by attorney Robert Wilson, about 2 years ago.
Lead by Robert M. Wilson, Kimball Wilson LLP represents doctors, physicians, HMOs, clinics, dentists, psychologists, chiropractors, physical therapists, durable medical equipment suppliers,... more
Written by attorney Ann Toney, over 2 years ago.
Law enforcement officers stop drivers all the time looking for signs of driving under the influence of alcohol. The driver is asked to perform voluntary roadside maneuvers or field... more
Written by attorney Paul Shipp, almost 4 years ago.
When you or your business are contacted by investigators, it is not the beginning. 99% of the time, you or your business were being investigated before they made contact with you. This... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, over 2 years ago.
Continued Seizure / Detention from minor traffic stop to allow DRUG DOG SNIFF. Did officer have sufficient Reasonable Suspicion to continue the seizure beyond initial traffic stop?... more
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