The biggest mistake that unsuspecting people can make in a criminal investigation is to talk to the police when they are suspected of a crime. The police aren't required to give Miranda warnings until that person is actually arrested. If you are confronted by the police or asked to come in for questioning for a serious crime in which you are a suspect, it is important that contact an attorney first.
Are you suspected of committing a crime or have been formally charged with one? Has the judge determined that you don't qualify for a court-appointed attorney? Do you want a lawyer that will give you the attention your case deserves? Contact me today to discuss your options.