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  • Just Shut Your Mouth!

    By: Ben Hall When I was a police officer, I would get warrant requests denied by the prosecutor’s office for a follow-up to get an interview with the suspect. Why? Let’s assume he won’t talk to me or denies involvement, now I resubmit the warrant request and we are in the same boat. Fast forward […]

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  • Don’t underestimate the seriousness of stalking charges

    Don’t underestimate the seriousness of stalking charges On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | May 31, 2022 | Criminal Defense  It’s not unusual for stalking charges to accompany charges of domestic assault. It’s also not uncommon for someone to be charged with stalking if they violate a restraining order that accompanied domestic violence allegations or conviction. Stalking isn’t itself […]

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  • Resisting arrest is a bad idea

    Resisting arrest is a bad idea On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | May 18, 2022 | Criminal Defense  You’ve been a law-abiding citizen for years and your interactions with law enforcement have been minimal. In fact, you largely have a good impression of police officers and the work that they do. One day, you’re approached by law enforcement […]

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  • Writing a prescription for a friend can lead to criminal charges

    Writing a prescription for a friend can lead to criminal charges On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Apr 29, 2022 | Criminal Defense  Physicians are subject to strict rules regarding their ethics. You probably know that it is professionally questionable to treat your family or friends. The chances are good that your employer does not allow you to […]

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  • What to do if you’re contacted by the police in your home

    What to do if you’re contacted by the police in your home On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 31, 2022 | Criminal Defense  If the police knock and ask to enter your home, you don’t have to admit them unless they have a warrant signed by a judge. However, in some emergency situations (like when a person […]

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  • What to do if you’re arrested or taken to a police station

    What to do if you’re arrested or taken to a police station On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 24, 2022 | Criminal Defense  You have the right to remain silent and to talk to a lawyer before you talk to the police. Tell the police nothing except your name and address. Don’t give any explanations, excuses, or […]

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  • What to do if you’re stopped in your car

    What to do if you’re stopped in your car On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 17, 2022 | Criminal Defense  Upon request show your them your driver’s license, registration, and proof of insurance. In certain cases, your car can be searched without a warrant as long the police have probable cause. To protect yourself later you should […]

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  • What to do if you’re stopped for questioning

    What to do if you’re stopped for questioning On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 10, 2022 | Criminal Defense  It is not a crime to refuse to answer questions but refusing can make police suspicious of you. Police may “pat down” your clothing if they suspect a concealed weapon. Do not physically resist but make it clear […]

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  • Can social media hurt your criminal case?

    Can social media hurt your criminal case? On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 9, 2022 | Criminal Defense  At one point, social media was a novel idea that was just taking off. Social media is now a routine form of communication, with billions of people using it across the globe. The problem with social media is that […]

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  • What to do if you’re stopped by the police

    What to do if you’re stopped by the police On Behalf of Kirsch Daskas Law Group | Mar 3, 2022 | Criminal Defense  THINK CAREFULLY about your words movement body language and emotions. Don’t get into an argument with police. Remember anything you say or do can used against you. KEEP YOUR HANDS the police can see them. DON’T RUN. […]

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