There is no requirement that you be read your rights before, during, or after your arrest. If you are questioned while in custody and the police wish to use your responses to those questions against you in court, they are required to read you your rights first.
Ripped my family off by telling them he had a friend that worked at best buy and could get discounts on Christmas presents. Was told we would get email confirmations we waited and waited nothing ever came.. When asked he always had a believable excuse with pictures to make you believe.. (Used his... View More
It would depend upon the specific language of the warrant. You need an experienced attorney to review the warrant, which are typically only available for review after they have been executed. You should not assume that if your roommates are involved in criminal activity that officers searching the...View More
Not necessarily. The decision to proceed with the case is up to the prosecutor, not the judge, and their decision is influenced by numerous factors, only one of which is the willingness of their "victim" to testify. Without knowing more about the facts of the case, I could not say what...View More
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