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Importance of Contacting an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney As Soon As Possible

Importance of Contacting an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney As Soon As Possible

Any Question Asked by State Police or Federal Investigators Can Harm You

From the moment you are contacted concerning what appears to be a criminal investigation involving yourself, or are arrested or charged with a crime, your criminal case has commenced. It is extremely important that to protect your legal and constitutional rights, you IMMEDIATELY contact a criminal defense attorney to explain to you the criminal process and to assist you in the defense of your rights. If the police ask you a question as simple as “Where are you going or where are you coming from?” and you provide what you believe to be a harmless response, you may have unknowingly and unintentionally incriminated yourself and have assisted the prosecution in the development of a criminal case against you.

Most Likely You Will Not Be Aware of The Nature of a Criminal Investigation

The bottom line is that in the vast majority of situations, those under investigation for a crime are unaware of what the prosecution may be seeking or able to use to build a criminal case against you. It is for that reason that you need a skilled and knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney assisting you BEFORE answering any questions or making any statements to third parties such as the Police, the DEA, or the FBI about the matter that may be under investigation. Attorney, who has over 40 years of experience defending criminal cases in both state and federal court in Colorado and throughout the United States is available to assist you in your defense.

Complimentary Attorney Consultation if you are being questioned by the Police, FBI or DEA

Denver federal criminal defense attorney Attorney offers a complimentary consultation for prospective clients and can aid in making certain that you don’t gratuitously offer a statement or other evidence that ultimately may be used against you in a court of law.