Police Investigation

Understand What This Means And What To Do Next
You may become aware of a possible criminal problem when someone contacted by the police tells you. Or law enforcement officers may confront you directly. They will want to talk to you. It is an anxious moment. You do have a choice.

It is imperative that you contact an attorney before answering any questions. Insist upon the right to call your lawyer. Meet with the Attorney. Discuss the situation and decide whether making a statement will help avoid trouble or make matters worse. "Anything you say can be used against you." It is better to say nothing than to lie. Obstruction of Justice is a crime. A false statement will destroy your credibility. The Investigators may be fishing for evidence and by giving any information you may supply the very evidence they need to bring charges. Alternatively, sometimes by giving a statement a misunderstanding or false allegation against you can be avoided.It is crucial that The Feiler Law Firm help you make that important decision.

Jeffrey Feiler and The Feiler Law Firm truly care about you. Call us at (305) 697-7209 whenever you, a family member or friend is facing a police investigation. Let us help you with your most difficult and serious legal problems.