Legal Advice for Police Questioning — 174 results
Written by attorney Michael Ross, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
At your residence It is not uncommon for police to visit the residence of a suspect, sometimes with little more than a mere suspicion of wrongdoing from a neighbor’s complaint. While an... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey O'Holleran, 8 months ago.
Speaking with police can be stressful, frightening and land you with a conviction if you don't play your cards right. Here's a list of some things to keep in mind when law enforcement try... more
Written by attorney Jerome Matthews, 11 months ago.
This guide should help you understand your rights if you're stopped by the police.
Written by attorney David Cornish, about 2 years ago.
La policía mira para muchas cosas diferentes en la detección, supresión y persecución de los delitos. El personal encargado de hacer cumplir de manera similar entrenados y supervisados ... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Cosca, about 1 year ago.
Law enforcement uses the art of confession as a primary tool in closing cases. Remember this, they are professionals. Do not engage on your own. Call in your professional. Demand to have... more
Written by attorney Mark John Caruso, over 1 year ago.
Albuquerque Police Chase and Pursuits
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for bystanders and innocent motorists to suffer personal injuries nd sometimes wrongful death, during... more
Written by attorney John Paul Burns, about 1 year ago.
Of course, it's important to be honest, including after you've been in an auto accident. However, according to a leadingOrange County car accident lawyer, it's also important to realize... more
Written by attorney John Paul Burns, 11 months ago.
Apolice reportis an important document in a car accident case. As Orange County car accident attorneys we use police reports all the time in car accident cases. The facts and observations... more
Written by attorney Donald Taylor, almost 2 years ago.
THIS IS WRITTEN BY RUDY TAYLOR FROM EXPERIENCE. IT IS NOT TAKEN FROM OTHER SITES OR BOOKS.
If you are pulled over in your vehicle by a cop, DO NOT:
1. DO NOT-Get out of the car... more
Written by attorney Patrick Casey, 12 months 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
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