The police will often ask a citizen to come in and voluntarily answer questions, but their intentions may not be as pure as they seem. They could build a criminal case against you based on what you say in these informal interviews. Remember, you absolutely have the right to remain silent. It is common practice for the police to lead you to think they are your friend and then bring charges against you later based on that conversation. If you have been contacted by the police, now is the time to call a lawyer in Albuquerque, NM.
Sometimes we can tell when someone suspects us or is about to accuse us of something. But it may also seem like just a friendly conversation. It is not an easy place to be. It is difficult to know how much to say or how much to cooperate. D. Eric Hannum, Attorney of Albuquerque, NM can advise you on how to proceed with the authorities if they should contact you, as well as where to draw the line in what you say to them. If you are in this unnerving situation, you don't have to face it unprepared. Ideally you never need criminal defense services but a brief consultation with D. Eric Hannum, Attorney could ease your mind. You can be prepared to interact with the authorities and if it develops for the worst, Mr. Hannum will be aware of your situation. You do not have to help the police build a case against you!