Criminal Law

Criminal Law is the body of law that governs infractions against the state, and by extension the people governed by the state. It involves investigation, charging, prosecution, sentencing and the legal procedures that govern those acts. It also includes defense for the person accused. When a person is charged with a crime, it is incumbant on the prosecution to prove the defendant is guilty ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’. If you are investigated for a crime, it will be important that all agents involved in the investigation, police especially, follow the procedures prescribed by law. Failure to do so can mean charges will be dropped against you. The attorneys and Starzynski Van Der Jagt, P.C. are trained in defending againsts accusations in criminal law. Call us to schedule a private meeting to learn more about your rights and opportunities. All criminal information is kept strictly confidential.

What are Miranda Rights (Criminal Law)

Searching for a Criminal Lawyer (Criminal Law)

What is Probable Cause (Criminal Law)

What is Double Jeopardy (Criminal Law)

What is Criminal Entrapment (Criminal Law)

Lie Detectors (Criminal Law)

Self Defense & Use of Force (Criminal Law)

When do I have a Right to an attorney (Criminal Law)

What happens if you miss jury service (Criminal Law)

What is a police lineup (Criminal Law)

Runaway Children (Criminal Law)