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Columbia Criminal Lawyer

If you are facing criminal charges,you have reason to be concerned about your future. What evidence does the prosecution have against you?  How long has law enforcement been looking at you?  Will you have a preliminary hearing?  If so, what does that entail?  What are the penalties associated with the charges that have been filed against you?  These, and the hundreds of other questions that are racing through your mind, can be answered by the knowledgeable Columbia criminal lawyers at the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA.

You Need Help Today

If you’ve been charged with a crime, there’s no time to wait:  contacting your experienced legal team at the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink is the first, and most important step you should take. We have a team dedicated to defending specific crimes, so you can be confident that when we represent you, we are focused on the issues specific to your case. You can count on a thorough investigation of the facts, including an in depth look at the circumstances of your arrest and whether or not your constitutional rights have been protected throughout the process. We will examine documents, interview witnesses, and pursue every possible avenue as we construct a defense strategy. Our proficient attorneys will vigorously work on your behalf on a number of issues, including:

Etiquette When Arrested

Getting arrested is no picnic. Being handcuffed, riding in the cage of a police vehicle, being fingerprinted, strip searched, and confined can be quite traumatic. Although you may be tempted to become resistant and/or belligerent, try to keep your cool and follow these tips:

  • Remain respectful, regardless of how you are being treated. In that vein, keep your paws to yourself. If you touch an officer, your problems can get exponentially worse;
  • Don’t make an attempt to run for it;
  • If you have a weapon, or sharp objects (like needles) on your person, notify the officer prior to a search;
  • Ask for your lawyer before answering any questions beyond those necessary to process you;
  • Do not discuss the details of what happened with other detainees, friends, or family members. Save that conversation for your attorney;
  • Consider getting a family member, friend, or your attorney to call your employer if you are going to be missing work.

Legal Assistance

Having a talented lawyer by your side to explain your options, advise you, and safeguard your interests can have a significant impact on your future. That’s why at the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink. PA, our emphasis is on protecting you, the client. Contact our Columbia criminal defense lawyers at 410-964-0050 to schedule a free, confidential consultation today.

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