If you have been accused of committing a crime, the very first thing you need to do is to seek legal counsel in order to protect your rights. Having an experienced attorney on your side from the very beginning will ensure that you aren't subjected to unintentional self-incrimination as a result of an incomplete understanding of the law. Additionally, having an attorney present while evidence is being collected and processed will save you both time and money and can even increase the possibility of settling your case out of court completely. Your attorney will help you navigate through the complex pre-charge negotiation process to give you the greatest opportunity to avoid mistakes.
In addition to providing legal guidance, our lawyers also conduct an investigation of the events that led up to your arrest. This concurrent investigation is often a major influence on the outcome of a case as few law enforcement officers are motivated to complete a thorough investigation. It isn't in their best interest to prove your innocence. Rather, they work for the prosecutor and are paid to gather evidence to present against you, in support of charging you with a crime.
If you've been arrested, call any time of the day or night in order to secure the legal counsel you need to win your case.