Juvenile son got picked up he was just walking was not doing anything wrong he was not read his rights they called his name an just arrested him searched him an took him to juvenile he has a gun charge marijuana charge violation of probation and assault what do i do an how much would a lawyer cost
Miranda Rights are not required. Common misunderstanding from too much TV.
Each lawyer charges different prices for different cases.
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My colleague is right. Miranda warnings were not needed unless they questioned him after they arrested him. He definitely needs an attorney to represent him. I am changing the category to juvenile so that others who practice in this area may answer. As far as how much attorneys charge, usually we charge by offense and other facts associated with the case. In order to get pricing information, you should use the search tab and look for attorneys who practice juvenile law. Call them. Talk to them.
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