What To Do If You Are Being Investigated
If you are being investigated you are a suspect. If law enforcement questions you, regardless of what they say, you have rights and you have the right to have an attorney present. If law enforcement believes there is evidence, they may ask a judge for a search warrant.
If authorities have gathered enough evidence to convince a judge that a crime was committed and that you may have committed that crime, the judge may issue an arrest warrant. When law enforcement receives an arrest warrant, they take you into custody. They don’t care if you are innocent. The initial charges determine the amount of bail, or whether a bail may be set.
Having The Law Offices of Bruce Richland, PC when you first discover that you are under investigation, or if you have already been charged, can mean the difference between making it happen for you, versus letting it happen to you.
The criminal defense practice of The Law Offices of Bruce Richland, PC offers vigorous, effective advocacy on behalf of people and companies accused of crimes anywhere, including:
- White-Collar Crime
- Fraud, Tax Evasion and Money Laundering
- Theft / Burglary
- Grand Jury / Pre-Indictment Investigations
- Environmental / Industrial Accident Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Violent Crimes - Murder
- Narcotics Offenses
- DUI Drunk Driving
- Juvenile Offenses
If you are being investigated for a crime, if you have been charged with a crime, or if you have already been convicted but believe your conviction or your sentence were wrong, call (213-626-3100) or e-mail Bruce Richland directly at br∂brucerichland.com. You will get a prompt and professional response.