Protect Your Rights
Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer
You need to be aware of your rights under the law if you are under investigation or have been accused of committing a crime. Many people do not realize that how they respond when contacted by investigators, or when being interviewed by law enforcement can greatly affect the final outcome of their case. Under the law, you are protected from certain types of police action. For example, once you are in custody, if law enforcement wants to ask you question about your case, they must first provide you with the Miranda warnings (i.e., your right to remain silent, that anything you say may be used against you, and your right to have an attorney present). Moreover, before police can lawfully search you, your car, or your residence, certain legal requirements must first be met. If a police officer violates your legal rights, not only may evidence in your case be suppressed, but your charges may be dropped altogether. Contact Mait Law immediately to find out if your constitutionally protected rights have been violated.
Have your rights been violated?
Overzealous law enforcement has been known to overstep the bounds of the law, and when they do, some evidence may have been illegally obtained. If they ask to search you, your home, your car, or your property without a search warrant, and you give them permission, this could create a problem for you. It is extremely important that you have legal representation from a Miami criminal defense attorney from Mait Law handling every aspect of your case from the outset. Rights violations must be addressed and the firm has the expertise to take immediate corrective actions.
One of the more concerning aspects of the criminal justice system is the process of questioning an individual who is a suspect in a criminal case. Long interrogations and massive pressures to confess have even led some individuals to confess to crimes they didn't commit! Police investigators are highly trained and are not restricted from telling you falsehoods in an interrogation. In other words, police are lawfully allowed to lie to you! Never agree to any questioning in a criminal case without first contacting Mait Law to ensure you are protected throughout the entire process. Whether you are facing a drug charge, DUI offense, or serious violent crime, protection of your rights are crucial, and an attorney from the firm will make sure that your case receives the attention it deserves.
Contact a Miami criminal defense attorneyfrom the firm to protect your rights whether you have just learned that you are a suspect in a criminal investigation or whether you have just been arrested.