You come home from work. Wedged between your front door and the door frame is a little white business card. You reach up and pull the business card out, expecting it to be the usual solicitation junk. This business card is different. This business card is from a police detective. This police detective wants to talk to you. Continue reading It is Never Too Soon to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney: The Truth About Police Interrogation
Police Questioning : Your Rights
It is unexpected. You get a knock on your front door. You open the door and standing before you is a police officer. He or she could be in a uniform or could be in regular clothes. He politely, but firmly, informs you that he is conducting an investigation and would like to talk to you. You ask what it is regarding and he tells you that they are investigating a crime and they would like to ask you some questions. You at first agree, but once the questions get started you get a feeling of dread in the pit of your stomach. The police officer has not said it, but you get the distinct feeling they believe that you are the person who committed the crime. What should you do?