ANSWERS FROM OUR CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS
Having decades of experience means that we don't have to spend time getting to know the courtroom, the prosecutors, or the judges. This knowledge provides our criminal defense lawyers with the confidence that comes with years of standing in front of juries and arguing cases. There is no substitute for experience and knowledge and it can make all the difference in your case.
Most of our clients are first-time consumers of the criminal justice system and have no clue how to navigate it. We know that you have many questions. Perez & Perez Law, PLLC will help you, no matter what you're facing.
Read our answers to frequently asked questions then call us at (425) 748-5005 for a free one-hour case consultation.
- What should I do if I learn that I am under investigation for a criminal charge?
- What should I do if the Police want to talk to me?
- What should I do if the Police ask my consent to search?
- What should I do if I get arrested?
- What should I do if I'm released from jail without a Court Date?
- What should I do if a Witness asks me what to say?
- What should I do if I have evidence in my possession?
- What should I do if I miss a Court Date?
- What should I do if I think I have a Warrant?
- How does Court work?
- How do I get out of custody?
- How long will my case take?
- What is Discovery?
- Can my Lawyer talk to the Witnesses?
- What is a Trial and how does it work?
- What is the difference between a Felony and a Misdemeanor?
- How does sentencing work?
- How do I appeal a bad result?
- How can I clear my record after this is over?