General Criminal Charges

For any criminal scenario, it is very rare that going to the police station by yourself and without a lawyer to speak with an officer is a good idea. It is not a good idea. Though there are no absolutes in anything, DO NOT GO TO A POLICE STATION TO SPEAK WITH A POLICE OFFICER.

If you are contacted by a police officer and they wish to speak with you about something they think you may have done, politely tell them that you think it may be best if you had a lawyer. The biggest mistake we see people make over and over again is trusting, that if they go down and explain what happened, everything will be OK.

When you go and speak with a police officer, everything you say can and will be used against you. If you have come to them voluntarily and are free to leave, they probably do not even need to read you your Miranda rights.

Rather than doing that, call a lawyer. Any criminal defense lawyer. The Daniels Law Firm will be happy to speak with you.

Denver v. P, October 2017

Not Guilty verdicts in non-jury trial where client charged with disturbing the peace and assault

Denver v. B, October 2017

Not Guilty verdicts in jury trial where client charged with Domestic violence assault, disturbing the peace and wrongs to minors.

Lakewood v. S, September 2017

Not Guilty verdicts in jury trial where client charged with domestic violence assault

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