Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 112 results
Written by attorney James Huber, over 3 years ago.
Sobriety Checkpoint Rights
What are Sobriety Checkpoints?
A sobriety checkpoint is a public place at which law enforcement officers maintain a roadblock to detain motorists in order... more
Written by attorney Shamoon Budhwani, about 2 years ago.
An individual always has the right to select who their attorney is. In California, attorneys are held to a high standard of ethics by the California State Bar. There are many rules in... more
Written by attorney Ronald Burdge, over 3 years ago.
This Avvo Legal Guide tells you how to ask a question about a Criminal Law problem online so that you can get the answer you need without getting into trouble with the law or having your... more
Written by attorney Keva McDonald, over 5 years ago.
Create a LIST of what you WANT from your lawyer. After being arrested for or charged with a criminal offense, finding the right lawyer in a short amount of time can be overwhelming. But,... more
Written by attorney Richard Southard, over 3 years ago.
The Miranda warnings, as they're now known, came out of the Supreme Court case, Miranda v. Arizona, as an effort to protect a citizen's 5th Amendment right to remain silent. In short, the... more
Written by attorney Kyle G. Manikas, about 6 years ago.
Chose a Former Prosecutor — But Realize that All “Former Prosecutors” are NOT created equal. Whether you choose to retain my services or the services of another attorney, I strongly... more
Written by attorney Mark Lassiter, almost 4 years ago.
What happens if the police did not read me my
rights when they arrested me? Police officers are not required to read you your Miranda rights unless they
want to talk to you, and use... more
Written by attorney Scott Monge, 11 months ago.
Ultimately you want to find an attorney that you can be comfortable with. To help you find the right attorney for your case, here are nine questions that may provide you with the eye-... more
Written by attorney Nicholas George, over 4 years ago.
As required by Washington law, I am herewith tendering my driver's license, registration and proof of insurance. They are in proper order and I have committed no crime or traffic violation.... more
Written by attorney Richard Duquette, over 3 years ago.
Most DUI driving-under-the-influence arrests are made at night. The alleged offenders are detained because the police may have seen them driving in a manner that justifies a detention for... more
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