If you think that you will automatically be convicted because you confessed to a crime, a Fort Worth TX criminal defense lawyer can explain that this is not always the case. While this fact may not help your case, there may be ways for a lawyer to get your confession suppressed so that it cannot be used against you during your criminal trial, such as arguing that it was coerced or that you were not made aware of your rights. Whether it’s a misdemeanor charge, like a DWI, a felony charge, or a federal criminal charge, the State or Federal agency must follow the proper procedures prior to and during your interview. If this is not done, then we can argue that it should be thrown out.
If you would like more information on suppressing a confession, review the following information and then contact a Fort Worth TX criminal defense lawyer from the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, PLLC.