Month: September 2020
Understanding the juvenile justice system
If your child is under the age of 18 and they have been accused of committing a serious crime, you’ll understandably be very worried about their future. Not only will you be shocked about the acts that they are accused of committing, but you’ll also want to help them avoid jail and a criminal record.
Why does your right to remain silent matter after an arrest?
When the police decide to question someone who is already in their custody, they will typically recite the Miranda Warning to advise that individual of their civil rights during police questioning. The first and often ignored protection is the right to remain silent. No matter how long officers keep you in questioning, no matter how