Your Rights in California
Have you been charged with a criminal offense?
In facing criminal charges, or being tried in a court of law for committing
a crime, a person has certain rights that cannot be ignored or undermined.
Many of these rights are delineated in our nation's Constitution.
Some of these rights involve the ability to retain legal representation
in the form of an attorney, or the right to remain silent. In putting
these rights into action, an individual can provide themselves with the
strongest chance of a fair, balanced case, thereby avoiding the possibility
of being punished for a crime that they did not commit.
If you have been charged with a crime, it is important that you possess
full knowledge of your rights. A Los Angeles criminal defense attorney
can provide you with information regarding these rights, and provide you
with professional legal representation in a court of law.
Legal Help in Your Criminal Case
Martinian & Associates is an experienced, professional law firm that
has tried countless criminal cases on behalf of its clients. We are knowledgeable
in all areas of
criminal defense, and we fight diligently to ensure that our clients' rights are protected
for the duration of their legal proceedings.
Some of these rights include:
- Miranda rights (the right to remain silent)
- The right to an attorney
The right of an individual to refuse questioning in a
trial (5th amendment)
- The right to avoid being tried twice for the same crime (double jeopardy)
- Protection from illegal search and seizure
The right to a swift trial (6th amendment)
Contact our offices about your criminal case, and we will review your charges
in an effort to determine a legal strategy that is most suitable for you.