Being charged or investigated for a crime is extremely stressful and scary. Our lawyers are well-versed in the law and have the experience to protect your future and your freedoms. From the moment you contact our firm, we always have your best interest in mind and begin working on a solid defense that ensures you have a voice, in and out of court.
- Hunting/Fishing Violations
- Drug Crimes
- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Orders
- Reinstating 2nd Amendment Rights
- Theft Crimes
IF YOU ARE ARRESTED:
Assert your rights. You have the right to refuse to answer questions or talk to anyone. You should assert that right. If the police try to question you, you should tell them that you do not want to answer questions unless your attorney is with you.
Once you have stated that, then stick to it and do not let them talk you out of it! Further, do not discuss your case with anyone – family, friends, or fellow prisoners – except an attorney or an investigator from your attorney’s office. Conversations that are not privileged may be used against you in court.
Never give your consent or approval to a search of your home, car or person, but do not physically resist if the authorities persist. In that case, simply make sure that they know you do not give your consent and then let the police proceed.