If you are charged with a crime, the U.S. Constitution gives you important rights throughout your criminal proceedings to ensure that you are treated fairly. They afford you a wide range of protections, including limiting when the police can stop you, when they can search you, your vehicle, or your home, and what grounds they must have to arrest you. A number of these protections are contained in the Sixth Amendment.
The Sixth Amendment guarantees your rights throughout your criminal trial proceedings. These protections include:
If you were charged with a crime, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who understands your rights under the constitution and will use violations of these protections to defend against your charges. Start an online chat today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn how we can assist you.