Legal Advice for “Interrogation” — 17 results
Written by attorney Laurie Shertz, over 3 years ago.
A list of 7 suggested ways to attack a coerced or false confession in court.
Written by attorney Patrick Best, about 4 years ago.
Far too often our clients have given statements because they thought the police were immediately required to read them their rights. These clients incorrectly assumed that any answers given... more
Written by attorney Victor Rivera, almost 6 years ago.
Here is What Police Officers are Supposed to Say When Reading You the Miranda Warning. * You have the right to remain silent.
* Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Carpenter, over 3 years ago.
Do I have to answer questions if the police stop me while I am walking on the street?
The police can stop a person when they have good faith belief that the person was involved in a crime... more
Written by attorney Haywood White, about 4 years ago.
Do's and Dont's of Police Interrogtion DO: Feel free to ask the officer if you can call an attorney on the phone, and get some advice, prior to answering questions. An ethical and... more
Written by attorney Jason Y. Chan, over 5 years ago.
Be polite This is not easy to do. When you get arrested you are probably very upset and want to yell. You need to control your emotions and need to be polite. The police officers will... more
Written by attorney Florencia Rueda, about 6 years ago.
Tell the Officer You Want a Lawyer Simply asking the officer if having a lawyer will help, or simply saying the word lawyer is not enough. You must tell the officer "I want my attorney, I... more
Written by attorney Ben Pesta, over 6 years ago.
"You're under arrest!" Whether you’re arrested for murder one or DUI, how you handle being interrogated by the police can and likely will determine the eventual outcome of your case. The... more
Written by attorney James J White, over 3 years ago.
"The Man" (be he/she man or woman) is towering over you. "He" dedicates half of hisday to working out and combat training. He's wearing armor and has: 1) handcuffs, 2) Mace Spray, 3) a... more
Written by attorney Sabarish Neelakanta, almost 4 years ago.
person must be informed of Miranda rights when in-custody and subject to
interrogation. Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966). In Miranda, the United States Supreme
Court enunciated... more
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