Know Your Miranda Rights in the Face of Police MisconductApril 12, 2013
Being arrested can be a terrifying experience—especially when you are unfamiliar with your legal rights. This video examines the laws surroundingpolice searches and seizures.
The Fourth Amendment is designed to protect individuals during police stops from unlawful searches. This law states that the police cannot legally perform a search or seize any items without a search warrant, arrest warrant, or probable cause. The Miranda Act also protects citizens, as it forces police officials to notify individuals of their rights upon arrest, including the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney.
Make sure your legal rights are being upheld by contacting the Philadelphia criminal defense lawyers at Patrick G. Geckle, LLC. Call our law offices today at (215)-735-3326 or contact us online. With several years of experience, our law office is devoted to protecting you against police misconduct and police brutality.