• Police Interrogations – What Do I Do?

    Author : The Blanch Law Firm May 15, 2014

    If you are arrested and/or charged with a crime, even if you think you might be charged with a crime, do not under any circumstances speak to the police or any other person without your criminal defense attorney present. The police or prosecution may make you feel that your best option is to speak to them rather than get a lawyer involved. Remember that their only job is to obtain convictions in criminal cases. Therefore, anything you say really can and will be used against you in a court of law. The police are permitted to use certain types of trickery. For example, they are permitted to lie. While you should never resist the police or investigators, you should remain silent other than to ask for your lawyer.

    The Miranda Warnings should be changed to say that "anything you say can and will be written down, edited, twisted and rewritten so that they may be used against you." This is why if you are charged with misdemeanor or felony, you need to find the best criminal defense attorney you can afford. Whether you are charged with assault, drug possession, cocaine sale, robbery, larceny, enterprise corruption, rape, murder, homicide, drunk driving, identity theft, promotion of gambling, prostitution, violent crimes or white collar crime, you need the best legal representation possible. Your future and freedom may depend on it. Call us now for a free consultation. A member of our New York Criminal Defense Attorney team will be happy to meet with you.

    Mr. Blanch has appeared on FOX NEWS LIVE as an expert criminal defense lawyer discussing the Holloway Murder Case and the Duke Rape Case. Click here to read our FIRM PROFILE and learn how The Blanch Law Firm can defend you or your loved ones against their criminal charges.

    Contact The Blanch Law Firm for a free Consultation: (888) 8 BLANCH.

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