Most importantly, you have the right to remain silent. You are not obligated to answer questions either before or after your arrest. You also have the right to an attorney at every stage of the process to protect your rights and fight for your interests even in the early stages after your arrest. In most cases, you also have the right to a reasonable bail. Your attorney will help you know what to expect.
Additionally, it’s your right to question all witnesses against you, view any evidence, and receive a jury trial. If you have any questions about your rights, or need help asserting them, contact
my office immediately at (407) 890-8472
to make sure you are protected. Rather not call? No problem. Just click here to tell me how I can help.