Criminal Law – How to Talk to the Police if Your Suspected of a Crime – Article

Criminal Law – How to Talk to the Police if Your Suspected of a Crime – Article.

How to Talk to the Police if Your Suspected of a Crime
 by: Susan Chana Lask, Esq.If you’re suspected of a crime, the police can come to your house or work or find you on the street to talk to you. Usually it will be a detective in plain clothes in an unmarked car who will want to talk to you. You might find a card from the detective under your door, or a message on your phone from him asking you to call.

You always have the right to remain silent, as anything you say to a police detective will be used against you in court. You also have the right to be represented by an attorneywhen talking with the police. … Please, read the whole article there…

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About The AuthorSusan Chana Lask is a New York attorney with law offices in New York City. She has over 20 years experience and practices in State, Federal and Appellate Courts nationwide, handling civil, criminal and commercial litigation and appeals. She represents high profile cases and appears on all major television, print and radio news media, earning the title “High-Powered” New York attorney. She can be reached at www.appellate-brief.com.
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