Being alleged of committing a crime, whether it is a simple traffic violation, misdemeanor or felony, can be a daunting experience, especially when law enforcement, the district attorney's office and local prosecutors are involved. Whether charges are filed or are being considered, it can be a very traumatic experience for you or a loved one. It is too risky to wait to hire an attorney at the last moment. The sooner you have legal representation the better, and the sooner you are advised of your constitutional rights the better.
Today, most American's will say that it is their "constitutional right", but in reality very few actually know their rights under the U.S. Constitution i.e. right to counsel, right to silence, right to not self-incrimination, and right against unreasonable search and seizures under the 4th Amendment. It is important that you contact our office if you are under an investigation or charged, so that you can be advised of your rights and defenses if applicable. We handle a variety of cases ranging from, but not limited to: