investigators who are putting together a case against you. Even if you are completely innocent, you could end up saying something that jeopardizes your case and makes things harder on you. (Sometimes police will tell you that if you admit guilt, the judge will go easier on you because you’re being cooperative. Remember that police have no say in what the judge does or does not do.)
3 Things to Do After You’re Caught With Drugs
First things first: Get in touch with a Milwaukee drug crime defense lawyer who understands Wisconsin’s drug laws and how they’ll impact your case. All you have to tell police is that you want to talk to an attorney. You don’t have to answer their questions, whether you’re innocent or guilty.
Second, be extremely honest with your lawyer. He or she will have some important questions for you, including what happened during your arrest, what led up to your arrest, and what type of evidence the prosecution may have against you.
Third, prepare yourself for court. Make sure that you know what to expect (your lawyer will explain everything to you) – and if you’re not sure about something, ask! Your lawyer’s job is to help you get the best possible outcome in court and to answer your questions every step of the way.
Do You Need to Talk to a Drug Crime Defense Lawyer in Milwaukee?
If you’ve been accused of drug possession, we may be able to help you.
Call us as soon as you can. We’re at 414-383-6700 (Milwaukee) or 262-650-6700 (Waukesha). You can also get in touch with us online for a free drug case review. Don’t waste any time; if you think you need a lawyer’s help, call us right away.