Understanding the Criminal Investigation Process
Criminal investigations are a crucial part of the law enforcement process. When there is suspicion that an individual or business entity is engaging in drug crimes like
trafficking or manufacturing,
white collar crimes like fraud, bribery or
money laundering, a criminal investigation may be initiated in an effort to collect enough evidence to make an arrest and file charges. Criminal investigations often go on for months or years, especially in larger scale investigations of organized crime. If you believe you have become the subject of an investigation and want to prepare for potential criminal charges, consult the legal advice of
Miami criminal defense lawyer Adam Mait of the law firm Mait Law.
Common Errors and Mistakes Made in Criminal Investigations
Many criminal investigations quietly and steadily gather all of the necessary information and evidence needed to effectively prosecute an accused person at trial. Often, it doesn't seem fair that law enforcement has years to build a case against a Defendant, and the Defendant only has months (if that) to prepare for trial. Therefore, what every defendant needs, is a skilled, aggressive and experienced defense attorney on their side; one who has the ability to bring to light the multiple errors that occur during police investigations. Errors that may result in evidence being suppressed and even charges dropped. Why take a chance? Have Mait Law conduct a full review of your case and all the evidence so that you have the best fighting chance!
The firm of Mait Law is a full-service criminal defense firm that serves individuals throughout the Miami and South Florida area who have been accused of a wide range of criminal offenses. Whether you have been accused of a
sex crime, a white collar crime or another criminal offense, Mait Law will build you a comprehensive defense strategy with one focus: protecting your rights and freedom. While serving as an Assistant State Attorney, Adam Mait gained a thorough understanding of the methods used by the government to both investigate and prosecute cases. Put his knowledge and expertise to work for you!
Contact a Miami criminal defense attorney
if you believe you are the subject of a criminal investigation, and want to seek advice about your critical next steps.