What are my Rights if the Police Call me in For Questioning?

Called in for police questioning? Call experienced Mercer County criminal defense attorney Keith G. Oliver for help.

Have you been contacted by the police? Have they asked you to come down for questioning? Are they refusing to tell you what they want to question you about? If so, you are not alone. This is a very common tactic used by law enforcement. If you have unfortunately found yourself in this type of situation we strongly urge that you contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Understanding your rights and your options is absolutely crucial. Law enforcement goes through very extensive training when it comes to how to conduct an investigation, including an interrogation. Certain admissions, let alone confessions, can prove to become very problematic when it comes to defending criminal charges. If you or a loved one has unfortunately found yourself in this situation, the Law Office of Proetta & Oliver can help. Since these types of requests tend to occur in the late evening hours, our office is available around the clock to help assist in anyway possible. To speak to one of our Mercer County criminal defense lawyers today, please call our Hamilton office at 609-789-0779. As always, our initial consultations are offered free of charge.Read More