If you have been charged with a crime or are under investigation for a crime you allegedly committed, you’re probably going through the most stressful experience any person can face. From the moment you’re notified of pending criminal charges, your life is turned upside down.
At Los Angeles Criminal Law Center, we know how difficult this process is and provide useful information to help you get through this period. As criminal defense attorneys, we often hear of people making their situation worse by not understanding their right before and after being arrested. The information here is designed to give you some insight into the criminal law process and what can expect after an arrest.
For example, the police might contact you to “get your side of the story.” Did you know what you’re not required to speak to the police? In fact, you’re usually better not speaking to the police, because they are only attempting to get information that can be used against you at a later time.
About the Attorneys Responsible for the Los Angeles Criminal Law Center
The Los Angeles Criminal Law Center was created by the attorneys at The Rodriguez Law Group. Attorney Ambrosio Rodriguez and his team have over 38 years of combined legal experience successfully handling all criminal matters including:
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- White Collar Crimes, and
- Violent Crimes
Attorney Ambrosio Rodriguez is regularly featured on both local and national news including CNN, Fox, ABC, NBC, and CBS. He has also regularly been featured in major newspaper publications like The Los Angeles Times.
This website will provide you extensive information on such topics as:
- Top Questions to Ask When Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney
- What Can I Expect After Being Arrested
- How Can I Get My Criminal Record Removed?
We hope that you never need the information on this site. But if you do, please make sure you read it and other resources so that you can protect your rights and not make your situation worse. Additionally, it is usually in your best interests to speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area.