The U.S. Constitution empowers every American to secure themselves as well as everything they own from unreasonable searches. However, the police can still arrest those whom they believe have committed a crime. Once they do that, it becomes their responsibility to prove that they did the right thing.
As a citizen, you have the full right to know the possible reason for your arrest. However, if you resort to violence knowing that you are innocent, charges can still be framed against you. The best you can do in such a situation is not to avoid the arrest and go with the police peacefully. Once the truth comes out, you will be free to go your way.
The Law Office of Raphael A. Sanchez ensures that you do not have to wait forever before you can leave the police station. Give us a call immediately so that we can get started on your case right away.
Resisting arrest without violence is still considered a first-degree misdemeanor, which can lead to one year in prison, a year of probation, or a $1,000 fine. The final outcome is based on your legal history, which means you could be handed a more severe punishment if you are a repeat offender.
Call the Law Office of Raphael A. Sanchez and let us take it from there. We will ensure that you are out of the situation in no time!
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