Know Your Rights!
At the criminal law offices of Motta & Motta LLC, our lawyers know how frightening criminal charges and involvement with police officers and the legal system can be. The stress and anxiety of an arrest may cause you, your family members or friends to overlook important factors, such as the right to remain silent and the right to consult with an attorney.
We believe that intervention by a criminal defense attorney early after criminal charges is highly advantageous and beneficial. Early intervention can often lead to a client avoiding being arrested or expedite a resolution of all outstanding charges. At a minimum, early intervention allows our experienced top criminal defense attorneys to assist and guide clients through the judicial process from the very beginning of a client’s case.
During and after arrest, please stay calm. Not everyone who is arrested is guilty of committing a criminal offense. An arrest is not a conviction. Always remember, you are innocent until proven guilty.
The Lawyers of the Motta & Motta Criminal Defense team are dedicated to defending the rights of the accused and firmly believe in the presumption of innocence.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you with your criminal legal matter.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF PAGES CONCERNING INTERACTING WITH THE POLICE:
- What are my Rights if I’ve been Accused of a Crime?
- Obtaining Legal Representation
- Being Questioned by Police
- The Police are at my Door
- Searched by Police
- While Being Placed Under Arrest
- When You are in Custody
- Detained vs. Arrested
- What Should I do if I’ve been Arrested?
Contact the criminal defense firm of Motta & Motta, L.L.C. and one of our top attorneys will answer your questions. You can call or email us for a FREE case opinion.
Phone us: 312-281-9911