If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, you are most likely feeling scared and confused. These feeling are normal—after all, being arrested or charged with a crime may very well be the most stressful, overwhelming, and frightening thing you will ever had to deal with. Much of your anxiety probably stems from not knowing what to do after you have been arrested and feeling helpless. Given that your rights, freedom, finances, job, and reputation in your community are all potentially on the line, the stakes are too high to try to defend yourself.
The first step you should take after being arrested is hiring an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. Hiring a criminal defense lawyer is one of the most important decisions you may ever make during your life. As such, you must feel confident that your criminal defense lawyer is experienced and knowledgeable and will do whatever it takes to get the best possible outcome for you. The Law Offices of Yale L. Galanter, P.A. have built a reputation for providing its clients with relentless and reliable criminal defense for a wide variety of misdemeanor and felony charges in the state of Florida, including traffic crime offenses, drug possession, burglary/theft, domestic violence and violent crimes. Time and time again, Yale L. Galanter and his legal team have achieved dismissals, expungemenst, acquittals and sentence reductions for his clients. While results can’t be guaranteed, you can be confident that Yale L. Galanter and his team will do everything in their power to defend you.
If you have been charged with a crime or think you will charged with a crime, it is imperative that you know your rights. The two most important rights you should be aware of and remember are the right to have a lawyer present at all stages of the criminal process and the right to remain silent. These two critical rights apply not only when you have been charged with a crime but also when you are suspected of having committed a crime. Also, be aware that anything you say can be used against you. As such, do not discuss you case with anyone but your lawyer. While it may be tempting to discuss what is happening with your friends, family, significant other, cellmates, and other people that are close to you, it is imperative that you do not reveal any information regarding your case to anyone but your lawyer. Likewise, do not contact any law enforcement agency, District Attorney, or City Attorney without first consulting your lawyer.
If you or a loved one has been accused of a criminal offense in South Florida and need a reliable and reputable Miami criminal defense lawyer or Fort Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer, then contact the Law Offices of Yale L. Galanter, P.A by calling us anytime day or night at 305-576-0244 or 954-524-6600 to receive more information and set up your confidential, free initial consultation. You may also contact us via email at email@example.com.