I was not read my Miranda rights in NJ
If you were arrested for any charge in New Jersey and you were not read your Miranda rights, you might have a great defense that can lead to your case getting dismissed. Your Miranda rights come from a US Supreme Court case in the 1960’s. In certain circumstances, the police must advise you that: You have the right to remain silent, that anything you say may be used against you, that you have the right to an attorney and that if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you.
Depending on the facts of your case, you may be able to get your entire case dismissed because the police did not read you your Miranda rights in New Jersey. The first step in helping you is to pick up the phone and discuss your case with one of our aggressive criminal defense lawyers. After you hire the firm, we will get the discovery from the Prosecutor’s Office. This discovery is all of the evidence that the State will use against you including all of the police reports. After analyzing all of these records, we will meet with you to discuss all of the options in your case. If we decide to file a motion with regard to your Miranda warnings, we will file the most aggressive motion possible. Quite often, motions lead to negotiations where an agreement is reached that is in the client’s favor. Otherwise, if the motion goes to the judge and is successful, it may eventually lead to a dismissal of the case.
If you were arrested in any court in New Jersey and you were not read your Miranda rights, call us to discuss your case. See how our team of tough, smart lawyers can help you. Our initial consultations are free.