Attorneys Carroll and Troberman have years of experience successfully defending DWI cases.
You deserve experienced and aggressive criminal defense lawyers. You deserve Carroll Troberman.
We have the experience needed to guide you through the jail release process.
As you are probably aware, a police officer must have probable cause in
order to arrest a suspected criminal. Probable cause is a very abstract
term that can apply to various situations. Basically, a police officer
must have some evidence to make him/her believe a person has committed
a crime in order to arrest them. But what if the police officer got it
wrong, and you truly did not commit a crime at all? How long can police
hold a person without charges?
Because the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution gives citizens the right
to a speedy trial, there is a time limit to how long police can detain
a person without presenting charges. This amendment was created as a way
to protect citizens from serving jail time before being found guilty.
Generally, police can hold a suspect for up to 72 hours. If no charges
can be brought against a suspect by a prosecutor, the person must be released.
However, if charges have been made, a person can be released when bail
If you are arrested by police, it is important to know
your rights during the process. You have a right to a speedy trial and to be considered
innocent until proven guilty. If criminal charges have been brought against
you, it is very important to have an experienced and understanding
criminal defense attorney to guide you. At
Carroll Troberman, PLLC,
Blair Carroll and
Shelly Troberman know the ins and outs of the
criminal defense process, and you can trust them to get you the best possible outcome for