Criminal Law Videos
Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity
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- Whitecollar Crimes
- Due Process of Law
- Stock Fraud
- Can an Attorney Help With Bail?
- Violent Felony
The Right to Remain Silent
Before the police question you, they must read you your rights because anything you say can be considered testifying against yourself. Learn more about the "right to remain silent" here.
- Surprise Arrest?
Your Legal Rights When Arrested
When you are arrested, be aware of your legal rights. Contact a criminal lawyer near you.
Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney
If you've been charged with a crime, you might not even know what kind of criminal attorney you need. For more information on the types of criminal attorneys, watch here.
- Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
How To Get out of Jail if You are Arrested
Learn how get out of jail if you are arrested.
- Bank Fraud
- Strip Searches - When are They Legal?
Expunge Criminal Records
Do you have a criminal record you'd like to expunge? If you wonder about whether you qualify for an expungement, don't delay. Contact an attorney today!
What You Say to the Police May Be Used Against You
In order for anything you say during a custodial interrogation to be used against you - the police must advise you of your Miranda rights; including the right to remain silent and the right to have an attorney present. Find out more here.
- Trespassing on Private Property
- Surprise Arrest?
- When Do the Police Need a Search Warrant?
- The Consequences of a Felony Conviction
- The Crime of Money Laundering
- Online Gambling
How Is Evidence Used In Trial?
Evidence is basically everything that is used to determine or demonstrate the truth of what is asserted in a case.
- Violation of Probation or Parole
- If I'm Arrested, When Should I Ask For My Lawyer?
- Top 5 Things To Look For In A Criminal Attorney
- Tax Evasion
- White Collar Crimes
- Federal Crimes
- Can I Clear My Criminal Record?
- Should I Accept A Plea Bargain?
- When Do I Have The Right To A Criminal Defense Attorney?