You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. USE THAT RIGHT!
When the FBI or police come to your door asking questions, you have very little time to protect your constitutional rights. Call the STONE LAW OFFICE immediately.
DO NOT ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS!
If you are a suspect, just affirming your whereabouts on a particular occasion could jeopardize your defense. Never volunteer information to authorities without first contacting the STONE LAW OFFICE.
Officers will continue to try to gain information from you until you ask for a lawyer. Unless you say, “I want a lawyer,” authorities can continue to talk to you and ask questions. Once you request an attorney, police must stop their interrogation. They then have a certain time period in which to either charge you with an offense or release you. Use your right to an attorney and say, “I want a lawyer.”
NEVER CONSENT TO A SEARCH!
Except for certain limited circumstances, if the police do not have a warrant, they do not have a right to search you, your car, or your house. You should never consent to a search. If you consent to a search, you run the risk that the police will find something illegal, that they will see something that will give them permission to inquire further. If police want to search you, your car, or your house, contact the STONE LAW OFFICE immediately. The only thing you should ever say to an officer is, “I want to call my attorney, Gary D. Stone, at the STONE LAW OFFICE.”
You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer dedicated to vigorously defending your rights. The Stone Law Office, led by Attorney Gary D. Stone, is not afraid to take your case all the way to trial. As a former Assistant District Attorney for Wyandotte County in Kansas, Mr. Stone has the knowledge and experience necessary to defend you against damaging criminal charges.
Contact the Stone Law Office, located in Kansas City, Kansas to speak with a Kansas and Missouri trial lawyer about your criminal defense. The initial consultation is free, so you have nothing to lose. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available by request. Call our office at 913-281-6601 or call Mr. Stone directly after hours at 816-516-8000.
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