Should I Talk to the Police Without a Lawyer Present?

I recently spoke with a client I represent in a DUI case, and now he’s under investigation for a potential hit-and-run. The police have called him to provide a statement, and he sought advice on what to do. I emphasized that he should never speak to the police without a lawyer present. Police questions are designed to incriminate, and admissions or confessions can be highly damaging in criminal cases. If you or someone you know is facing criminal accusations and the police are reaching out, please contact me promptly.

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After several years as a prosecutor and General Counsel for the Broward County Police Benevolence Association (PBA), Michael White started his own practice focused on protecting individuals accused of crimes.

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