Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 110 results
Written by attorney Matthew Marner, 6 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
Written by attorney Scott Miller, almost 2 years ago.
When accused of involvement in any criminal activity, whether related to a violent crime, drugs, weapons, theft or sex crimes, the quality of your defense lawyer is of critical importance.... more
Written by attorney Stephanie Arrache, about 2 years ago.
If you or a loved one have been arrested for a crime, then your whole world has been turned upside down.A majority of people do not know what to do or where to turn.You know you need an... more
Written by attorney Joseph J Rodgers, about 2 years ago.
A person who has been convicted of a crime is disqualified from voting in a primary or general election, including municipal and special elections. The disqualificain is not permanenr.... more
Written by attorney Lawrence Wolf, over 4 years ago.
The Criminal Process
Even though every Los Angeles criminal defense case is different, the procedures
for each are essentially the same. Specifically, if you are... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Vercammen, over 2 years ago.
Arrest for a Criminal Violation and Right to Remain Silent Miranda Rights
1. Tell The Police Officer or Detective that you wish to talk to your Lawyer. Repeat this request to every officer... more
Written by attorney James S. Flores, almost 3 years ago.
When someone is being accused of any crime it is a serious matter that requires an experienced Chicago criminal defense attorney. Often, people rush to hire any attorney and do not ask the... more
Written by attorney Nicole Valera, about 5 years ago.
Ask your friends for referrals Start asking your friends and family if they know any criminal defense attorneys. Talk to the person who was represented by the attorney and ask what their... more
Written by attorney Michael Perry, over 5 years ago.
Plead Not Guilty If you have been charged with a crime, your case will be scheduled for an arraignment. At the arraignment, you will be asked by the judge how do you plea. Your answer... more
Written by attorney Kimberly Frye, about 3 years ago.
Many people wonder how they should go about choosing an attorney to represent them in their case. The internet does a great job of giving a person looking for an attorney lots of options.... more
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