Have You Been Arrested?
Facing arrest and criminal charges can cause a great deal of hardship for your future. Your reputation can be ruined by a simple criminal charge, and there is a significant social stigma that comes with various criminal charges. At Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP, we understand the difficulty that you may be facing and we understand your need for skillful representation. If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, then you need to understand your rights, and it is important that you take advantage of these rights in order to make the necessary preparations for your case.
First, you have the right to remain silent; second, you have the right to an attorney. It is vital that you do not speak with the prosecution or any other official regarding your situation. Even in trying to explain the situation, your words could be taken, twisted, and used against you in court at a later time. Once an arrest has been made, the prosecution has one goal in mind - conviction. If you are under investigation or charged with a crime, then it is crucial that you do not give out any information and that you speak with an attorney regarding your situation as soon as possible.
Representing the Criminally Accused in White Plains
We understand the difficulties that you face, and you can be sure that we will stand by you and work with you to pursue the results that you need in your case. With more than 50 years of combined experience and a long history of success in the cases that we have handled, you can be sure that we will work with you toward the results that you need. Your situation is important to us, and you can count on us to stand by you and work to build the defense of your case that you need. Contact us today to discuss your case with a White Plains criminal defense attorney and to begin the process of retaining representation.