I Got Arrested
I Got Arrested, What Do I Do?
If you are arrested, do not make any statements to law enforcement regarding the reason for your arrest. Law enforcement and investigators are not your friends. They can’t offer you any deals. Their job is to scare you in to admitting something, even if it is not true. Their job is to try to make their case as strong as possible.
Contact the Karpel Law Group immediately regarding your specific legal problem. We provide a free consultation and case review. We will look at your legal situation and advise you on the options that are available. Our fees are flexible and you will not find better criminal defense representation. We can also assist in getting you released from custody.Do not discuss your situation with anyone except your attorney. This includes family members, friends or anyone else, especially if you are incarcerated. Remember that all phone calls are recorded.
If you know you are being investigated but have not been formally charged, this is the time when you need to hire a criminal defense attorney. The sooner you have legal representation, the better prepared you will be in the event that charges are filed.
While it is often difficult to do, try to remember as much as possible about the arrest. If a search warrant was involved were then items taken specifically mentioned in the search warrant. Law enforcement has very specific protocols they must follow when doing their job. If these rules are not followed, they are violating your rights. They will lie to you, scare you and try to get you to admit guilt. It is important that you always remember that just because you have been arrested, you do not lose your rights.
Call us toll free at (888) 758-8186 to find out more information or to schedule a free consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers.