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Understanding Your Right to an Attorney

If you find yourself in a situation where you feel you need an attorney, the Constitution guarantees you the right to proper counsel. For example, under the 5th Amendment, if you are taken into custody by the police, you can refuse to answer any questions before consulting with an attorney. 

This right was further elaborated in a landmark case, Miranda vs. Arizona, back in 1966. The Miranda Warning, which was established as a result of the findings, in that case, allows a suspect to avoid answering potentially self-incriminating questions.

The Right to a Criminal Defense

Under the 6th Amendment, you have the right to have a lawyer defend you for any accusations placed upon you that may affect your life, liberty, or property. 

Victims of Fraud or Business Disputes

On the other side of the coin, if you feel that you have been the victim of negligence, fraud, or a business dispute, you may desire to consult with one of our trained attorneys to determine whether you have the standing to file a suit. We can help you to determine whether your case should be brought forward to the courtroom.

Effective Representation from Shrader Law

At Shrader Law, our team of lawyers is ready to assist you in your representation, working hard to ensure a fair outcome in your case. Schedule your free consultation with our team by calling 1-813-360-1529 today!

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