When to Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney

June 6, 2012

Is it really that important to contact an attorney if an investigation is only just beginning? Yes, it really is that important. In fact, the earlier that you contact a defense attorney after you’ve been contacted by a law enforcement agency, the better chance legal counsel will have of positively influencing the outcome of your case.

Having legal counsel in the early stages of an investigation can prevent the situation from getting out of control and it may even stop charges from ever being filed against you. Not only do you have possible charges to be concerned about, but an investigation can be detrimental to your job and your reputation as well. An attorney that’s on your side will be able to advise you in this regard as well as develop a strategy that will get the best results for you.

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