Know Your Rights
Our Bronx Criminal Defense Attorney Explains Your Miranda Rights
Have you been arrested for or charged with a criminal offense? It is important for you to know your rights and what steps to take to protect yourself, your rights, and your future. At The Law Offices of Elliot S. Kay, we can provide you with the representation you need.
Call us at (646) 759-9233 or contact us online for a free consultation with our Bronx criminal defense attorney.
It is important to understand that as a U.S. citizen, you have various rights to how you may be treated by law enforcement and throughout the judicial process. If you have been arrested, you need to understand the applicable rights for such a situation.
Protection Against Unlawful Search & Seizure
You have the right to due process of the law. This includes protection from unlawful search and seizure of your private property and person. A police officer must either obtain your permission or a warrant to search your home, your vehicle, or other property.
Right to Remain Silent
According to the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, you have the right to remain silent. It is important that you utilize this right in order to prepare as much as possible for your case because anything you say can later be used against you in court.
Right to Representation
If you are arrested and charged with a crime, you have the right to an attorney. It is vital to your future that you contact a skilled Bronx criminal defense attorney and begin building a strong case as soon as possible.
Representing Bronx, New York Residents
We are dedicated to providing each of our clients with a thorough evaluation of their cases, as well as the frequent updates they need during the legal process. We maintain constant communication with and availability for our clients. Our primary concern when representing a criminally accused client is to present a strong and effective defense. Your situation is important to us, and you can be sure that we will stand by your side throughout the duration of your case.
Schedule a free, confidential consultation today; call (646) 759-9233.