If you are a novice to the criminal justice system, being arrested and facing serious criminal charges can bring about many questions. Our team of criminal defense attorneys have put together this Video FAQ series to help address concerns and help those new to the legal system with information they need to know. We encourage you to watch all of the videos and to schedule a consultation with our team to go over the particulars of your case.
FAQ 01: What if the police did not have reasonable grounds to arrest me?
FAQ 02: What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?
FAQ 03: Do I have to speak to police after being arrested?
FAQ 04: Do I need a lawyer if I intend on pleading guilty?
FAQ 05: When is the best time to contact a criminal defense lawyer?
FAQ 06: The victim wants to drop charges, what happens now?
FAQ 07: Can police lie to me during the interrogation process?
FAQ 08: Can I still be charged for drug paraphernalia if there were no drugs present?
FAQ 09: What if drugs were found in a car and the owner of the drugs refused to admit they were his?
FAQ 10: When can minors be charged as adults?
FAQ 11: I was offered a plea bargain. Should I take it?
FAQ 12: What happens if I get a new charge while on probation? What is preponderance of evidence?
FAQ 13: What happens during an arraignment?
FAQ 14: Can I travel with Marijuana if I have a medical Marijuana card?