Q: Have been charged whith poss of meth whith the intent to distribute given folse name driving whith revoked licean
They did not read my meranda rights did not show me the drugs they font in car
A: You didn’t ask a question, but it sounds like you need to hire an attorney ASAP.
For more information visit my website at www.LevinLawyerGa.com
A: I am very sorry for your situation. This is a good question.
The fact that the police officer failed to read you your Miranda rights after you were arrested or taken into custody may be able to help you exclude from evidence any inculportory statements that you may have made to the police officer in response to his questioning after you were arrested or taken into custody.
An experienced Georgia criminal defense attorney will be able to evaluate your case and all of your potential defenses which may include:
1. No reasonable articubale suspicion to stop your vehicle
2. No probable cause to search your vehicle
I have been practicing criminal defense law in GA for over 20 years.
Please feel free to call me to discuss your specific situation and I can give you my complete case evaluation and fee quote after discussing the case with you in detail.
My contact details are set out below.
Sean McIlhinney, Esq
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