Understanding Your Rights After An Arrest
Whether this is your first run-in with the law or your third, you are granted a number of important rights and privileges designed to protect you throughout the criminal process. While many know of the Miranda Rights, that is, the right to remain silent and your right to hire a skilled West Chester DUI attorney to represent you, there are a few other matters that you are entitled to.
Have you or a loved one been arrested? Contact the Meadows Law Firm to schedule your consultation.
Our Firm Fights For Your Rights
Many people believe that after they have been charged with DUI, there is nothing they can do to fight the charges. However, you have rights, and it is possible that your rights could have been violated during your arrest. We will not hesitate to challenge the methods used by your arresting officer or to contest the evidence brought forth by the prosecution.
After a DUI arrest, you have the following rights:
- The right to plea not guilty
- The right to have an attorney represent you through all proceedings leading up to the trial, and throughout the trial
- You are presumed innocent of the charges pending against you
- You will be assumed innocent unless the prosecution finds you guilty beyond reasonable doubt
Whether you are a first-time offender or a multiple-time offender, our Butler County DUI attorneys will do all we can to ensure that your rights are protected.
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The Meadows Law Firm is here to help you through the entire legal process. We never seek to simply settle a case. Rather, we will work hard to get a win for you, even when you are facing a complicated legal matter.