Louisville Criminal Defense Attorney
Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Defense
Andrew Gailor fully respects and appreciates the inalienable rights of the American people which have been enumerated in the Bill of Right of our United States Constitution. This includes the Fifth Amendment which states “No person shall be . . . compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law . . . .”
The most important advice which a lawyer can give to a client is to exercise that Fifth Amendment right to remain silent whenever they are being questioned by a law enforcement official. This right is fundamental to Americans and is ingrained in our consciousness as the American people. Use this Fifth Amendment to protect yourself and to prevent accidentally incriminating yourself even if you are innocent. There is very little that can be gained by answering questions or attempting to explain a situation to law enforcement. Instead, contact Andrew to find out your rights before making any statements.
If you have been charged with a crime in Kentucky, or believe that you may be charged with a crime in Kentucky, then you need to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Andrew can explain to you your rights and what you might expect to occur regarding your situation. Every case is different and fact specific. The longer you wait to talk to an attorney then the less time that attorney will have to prepare your defense. There may be evidence that needs to be gathered or witnesses who need to be interviewed. Call Andrew today to discuss.
Your case will be fully analyzed for possible defenses. Andrew will aggressively defend all of your constitutional rights and will take the time to fully explain the charges against you and to explain all of your options.