If you are being investigated, questioned, or arrested by the police, remember that your lawyer is the only person that you should trust. Law enforcement investigators are specifically trained to get people, who don't want to talk to them, to open up and talk with them anyway. The U.S. Supreme Court allows police, federal agents and criminal investigators to trick, lie and deceive suspects during the course of their investigations to get the information they want.
If you are being questioned by the police, regarding a criminal charge in Indiana, do not answer any questions from the officers, or detectives. They are questioning you for one of two reasons, to solidify their case, or to build one. They are not questioning you to allow you to explain away the matter. Remember they are allowed to trick, lie and deceive suspects during the course of their investigations, and they are trained to get you to talk. You should politely, but firmly, tell them that you will need to retain an attorney before you can speak with them. They must immediately stop questioning you. You have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney - use those rights!
Similarly, if an officer, or detective asks for your consent to search your car, or home in Indiana, refuse. Regardless of what the officers, or detectives say, do not let them search without a warrant. Make them get one! For your own sake, call me and ask me to explain further. I will do so at no charge.
The outcome of any criminal case depends upon the facts surrounding the crime charged, the strength of the evidence, the legal validity of law enforcement and courtroom procedure, as well as the goals and strategy of the government and defense counsel. As a skilled Indiana Criminal Lawyer, I will navigate you through this complicated legal process. I have extensive experience defending a wide range of criminal law matters, including:
- Drunk Driving
- Drug Cases
- Gun Charges
- License Reinstatement
- Criminal Sexual Conduct
- Domestic Violence
- Juvenile Court
The Flores Law Office strongly believes in the proposition that those accused of a crime have certain fundamental rights. In addition to the right to be presumed innocent, they have a right to an effective attorney. They should demand an attorney who will fight for them. The quality, experience, and approach of that attorney are crucial to the accused's outcome in the criminal justice system.
For more information on how we can help you, please contact us.
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