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Do You Have A Criminal
If you find yourself with a criminal arrest charge, that means
that a formal accusation has been made in your name by
someone in government authority, which affirms that you
have committed a said crime. The charges or counts will
be listed in a charging document that is used in court to
support your criminal case. It is strongly advised to get a
criminal lawyer to represent you in court and act on your
behalf throughout the process.
Before a person is found guilty, it must be proven beyond a
reasonable doubt by a jury of your peers as spelled out in
the United States Constitution and the Miranda Rights.
Reasonable doubt is determined when there is no other possible
explanation except that the defendant committed the crime.
Why is it important to know if you have a criminal arrest record?
The Freedom of Information Act states that all public and criminal records be available to any public citizen. It's pretty common today for companies to order a background check with new hires. Landlords find it helpful to obtain personal information when renting to occupants for safety and security reasons. Also, many women and men who are about to get married are requesting records to make sure they're not marrying a criminal, someone with delinquent child support, or a history of violence or drug abuse.
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If You've Been Arrested
What You Should Know
About Arrest Records
Protection from self-incrimination. Anything you say to the police can be used against you in court.
Be careful what you say since it can have a profound effect on the outcome of your trial.
Legal representation. You have the right to hire a lawyer to advise and represent you in your case.
If you can't afford an attorney, the court must provide one at no charge.
Right to know the charges. You have the right to gather your own evidence and witnesses to have the chance to prove your innocence.
You cannot be tried for the same crime twice.The law states that you can not be tried again for the same crime even if new evidence comes forward that proves your guilty.
Public and speedy trial by jury if desired.
No unreasonable search and seizure. Unless evidence against you was obtained legally and backed by a search warrant, it can not be used in a court of law. Law enforcement must obtain a search warrant before searching private property for people or evidence in any case.
Below are the rights you're entitled to if you're suspected of a crime: