Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 111 results
Written by attorney Nikiki Bogle, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Right to Remain Silent: You are not required to talk to the police when questioned about a crime. Do NOT give a statement. The Fifth Amendment and the Miranda decision of the Supreme Court... more
Written by attorney Angelee Van Hon, 7 months ago.
This guide will walk you through the basics of determining which governmental entity (State, tribal or Federal) may prosecute a criminal act that occurs in Indian Country. Background... more
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 7 years ago.
While most laws exist to protect victims of crimes, criminal rights laws are in place to ensure that anyone accused of a crime is treated fairly and presumed innocent until proven otherwise.... more
Written by attorney Richard Jackson, 12 months ago.
This Guide answers frequently asked questions about "Miranda Rights" in Florida criminal proceedings. What are Miranda rights? In the case of Miranda v. Arizona, the U.S. Supreme Court... more
Written by attorney Reem Husni Odeh, about 1 year ago.
When accused of a crime, you have rights. One of these rights is the right to be represented by a chosen attorney. From questioning to the end of trial, a criminal defense attorney can be... more
Written by attorney Lynn Norton-Ramirez, 7 months ago.
Prosecutors are using song and rap lyrics as incriminating statements or confessions and creating a chilling effect on artistic license and the creative process. The Issue In the New York... more
Written by attorney Caryn S. Fennell, over 2 years ago.
YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL RIGHTS
If you face criminal charges, it is important to know that you have an absolute right to the following:
1. To bee cearly informed of your Miranda... more
Written by attorney Eric Roche Byrd, about 1 year ago.
You are eligible to petition your County District Court to vacate your misdemeanor criminal history in the State of Washington if you can answer "yes" to the following five (5) questions. (... more
Written by attorney Steven Eckstein, 5 months ago.
How the Ohio Courts of Appeals function in reviewing criminal appeals.
-- Appeals of Right -- Introduction The Ohio Courts of Appeals are intermediate appeals courts. They function... more
Written by attorney Matthew Marner, 10 months ago.
A reference guide to police interactions in Arizona and protecting your Constitutional rights, Right to Remain Silent You have the right NOT to talk with the police both before and after... more
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