Legal Advice for Police Misconduct — 74 results
Written by attorney William C. Head, over 1 year ago.
Veteran Criminal Defense Attorney Outlines Common Situations where Police Use Intimidation, Tricks or Deception to Obtain Incriminatory Information from Citizens
Written by attorney Patrick Casey, about 1 year ago.
1) I was charged with a crime, am I going to jail?
Generally on your first offense you are not going to jail, unless the offense is a Gross Misdemeanor or Felony. Any criminal charge is... more
Written by attorney Jose Masso, almost 3 years ago.
At a minimum, a lawful arrest requires probable cause.Probable cause generally means that a law enforcement officer has a subjective belief that a crime has been committed, therefore making... more
Written by attorney Majid Vasigh, over 1 year ago.
Law enforcement officers are here to protect us. Most cops in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, and nearby towns are genuinely hard working regular folks who put their lives on... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Safran, over 2 years ago.
This guide attempts to answer some of the most common questions and provides a basic understanding of the steps that you can take to have your claims investigated, to preserve your rights,... more
Written by attorney Caryn S. Fennell, 8 months ago.
The ordinary citizen’s contact with the criminal justice system begins with a police encounter, or “the stop” of the person. There are three types of stops that are conducted by law... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months ago.
The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that police must obtain a warrant before placing a GPS tracker to a suspect's vehicle.
A case involving three brothers who... more
Written by attorney David Brooks, 8 months ago.
Miranda Rights are often misunderstood, and failing to read those rights provides limited assistance to a Defendant When do they have to read me my rights? Everyone is with a television set... more
Written by attorney Paul Nguyen, 8 months ago.
Why do the Police want to speak to you?
The ONLY Reason is that you are now a suspect and they don't want to get sued for false arrest - because they don't have enough evidence to satisfy... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, about 1 year ago.
The types of evidence you and your lawyer are entitled to receive will depend on what type of case you have. If a person is charged with a felony, there is a statutory right to discovery.... more
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