Make sure to use your phone call.
In most cases, you're allowed to make a phone call to an important person. I recommend you use this to call your attorney, but depending on the situation, you may need to call a trusted friend or family member in order to make arrangements for them to call the lawyer or other people (like a bail bondsman) on your behalf.
Don't say anything you don't have to.
Keeping what you say to a minimum, at least until you have an attorney present, can be a big help to your case. Always try to wait to talk to the police until after the attorney is there.
Call me for legal help.
When you've been accused of a crime, I can help you with your legal situation. As a criminal defense attorney with over 40 years of experience, I've seen lots of different cases and can use that to your legal advantage. Even if you've been charged with a crime, you're still a person worthy of understanding and respect. I will listen to the details of your case and give you an honest opinion about your options. Whether it's a DUI charge or unpaid traffic tickets, there's usually a way to look at your case that can help you avoid jail time or outrageous fees or fines.
If you've been charged with a crime, call me today for a consultation.