What are my rights if I have been accused of a crime?
If you are accused of a crime you have many rights including the right to speak to an attorney, the right remain silent in order to avoid self-incrimination, the right to reasonable bail and a fair, public trial. You have many other rights, and a qualified, competent legal team will protect your rights.
What should I do if I have been arrested?
Honestly answer identification questions. You should provide name, address, birthdate, and identification cards (like a driver’s license). You should be polite to officers and investigators, but do not provide any written or verbal statements. Ask to get in touch with a lawyer and contact an attorney immediately.
How do I get out of jail after an arrest?
If the court has set bail, a bond must be paid for you to be released. A competent legal team can help protect your right to a fair bail, so be sure to contact an attorney as soon as possible if you are arrested.
Why should I hire a criminal defense attorney?
The fact that you are innocent is no guarantee. Sometimes prosecutors eagerly push cases and innocent people are found guilty. Ensure your rights; get an attorney.