Under investigation in LA? We are here to help.
At Lessem, Newstat & Tooson, LLP we are well-versed in criminal defense.
We understand the criminal process, including police investigations. We
can help you avoid common pitfalls and mistakes during this time so that
you stand the best chance of protecting your future from an unnecessary
arrest or conviction. In the past,
we have successfully helped clients avoid criminal charges during the investigation process by intervening before charges are filed. Don't wait until your future
and your freedom are on the line; speak with our team today for the legal
guidance that you need.
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"What are my rights during a police investigation?"
- You have the right to remain silent
- You are not obligated to give a statement to the police
- You have the right to an attorney
"What should I do if police question me?"
If law enforcement officers start asking questions, it is vital for you
to understand your Miranda rights. Simply put, your Miranda rights state that
anything you say during a police investigation can be used against you in court. Thus, you are not obligated to answer questions that could bring your
innocence into question; you do not have to answer incriminating questions.
If police officers begin asking questions, immediately call a criminal
defense attorney. If you are under investigation in the greater Los Angeles
area, speak to a legal representative from Lessem, Newstat & Tooson,
LLP today. Our criminal defense team has handled more than 200 jury trials
and has over five decades of cumulative legal experience. Let us put our
knowledge to work for your case!
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