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Right to an Attorney
After arrest, you have a Constitutional right to consult with counsel during:
- Questioning while in police custody
- Commencement of formal proceedings
- All other critical stages of the proceedings, including lineups, jury selection, sentencing, trial, etc.
While you are in jail, you also have a right to privately consult with your attorney.
Do not let anyone deny you this important right. Politely ask for an attorney. Do not answer any further questions until a qualified attorney is with you. Many convictions occur because police interrogation can be extremely stressful. Sometimes even innocent people make false confessions. Other times in the heat of the moment people forget details and it appears they are not telling the truth, even if they are only confused.
“Mr. Welch took care of all my worries and concerns while clearing my name through all the false accusations. I was more than happy with the outcome we were awarded”- James D.
“Mr. Welch communicated with us every step of the way, making us feel comfortable in his capable hands going through the worst situations our family has faced. We are forever grateful for his help, and can not recommend him enough. If you or a loved one are”- Lynette D.
“As an Attorney, he went above and beyond the call of duty to meet my legal needs. I recommend Mr. Welch for any legal counsel 100%. Chris will always reply to your messages or any questions right away and is very courteous and personable!”- Janet O.