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What should I do if I am arrested in Dallas?
AIf you are arrested in Dallas, you should be very cautious of what you say and how you behave while you are dealing with law enforcement. If you are being questioned, you should refrain from answering any questions until your lawyer is present. Also, you should never sign anything, such as an inducement, without consulting with your lawyer first. If you feel you are being coerced or threatened by police after your arrest, you should inform your lawyer of this.
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What is an arrest warrant?
AAn arrest warrant is a court issued document that allows law enforcement to arrest the person that is listed on the warrant at anytime, anyplace. If you believe an arrest warrant has been issued in your name, you will want to hire a skilled Dallas criminal defense lawyer immediately. In some cases, you will face lesser legal penalties if you turn yourself in to police versus letting police arrest you. A defense attorney can give you the advice you need to make that right decision when it comes to these matters.
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What are Miranda Rights?
AMiranda Rights are warnings that are given to people who are being arrested by law enforcement. These warnings inform people of their right to remain silent and their right to an attorney. If you were not read your Miranda Rights prior to your arrest, you should inform your attorney.
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What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?
AThe main difference between a misdemeanor and a felony is that misdemeanors are less serious criminal offenses. Due to this, misdemeanors are punishable with less than one year jail time and felonies are punishable with more than one year jail time.
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Do I need a Criminal Defense Attorney?
AYes, you absolutely need a criminal defense attorney if you have been or are about to be charged with a crime in Texas. Without help from a skilled Dallas criminal defense lawyer, you will face legal penalties like fines and jail time if you are convicted. By hiring an attorney, you can rest assured that you will receive pro-active representation, which may help you avoid conviction and the life-altering consequences that are associated with criminal convictions.