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How to Protect Your Rights When You Are Arrested for a Crime in Arizona

Being arrested and charged with a crime is a stressful and confusing experience. One minute you are free and the next you may find yourself placed in handcuffs and transported to jail for processing.

During this period of mental and physical exhaustion, prosecutors will likely try to get you to plead guilty to a crime or make statements to incriminate yourself before you’ve had an opportunity to speak with an attorney.

The key to protecting your rights and defending yourself against criminal charges is knowing how to handle this type of situation responsibly. At the Shah Law Firm, we fight every day to make sure our clients’ constitutional rights are protected. We compiled the following guide to help you know what to expect if you ever find yourself accused of a crime

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Conclusion:
Going through the criminal justice system can be a confusing and terrifying experience. Decisions that you make at any point in the process can have life altering consequences down the line. Don’t make any decisions or sacrifice your rights without seeking the guidance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.

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