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Criminal Defense FAQs:

Q:    Do I need an attorney before I am formally charged with a crime?
A:    If you are being investigated for a serious offense, you should retain an attorney to protect your legal rights now.

Q:    I have been arrested or am being investigated, should I talk to the police?
A:    Make no statements that could be used to incriminate you in a later court proceeding and call the attorneys at Coit & Payment, PC today for a free consultation to discuss your concerns.

Q:    What is “Measure 11”?
A:    Measure 11 is a mandatory minimum sentencing law that applies to certain violent offenders.  The sentences imposed under Measure 11 range from 70 months to life in prison.

Q:    Can my record be expunged?
A:    In general, any Class C Felony or Misdemeanor can be expunged except sex offenses, child abuse crimes, and vehicle-related offenses.

Q:    I am charged or suspected of committing a crime.  What should I do?
A:    Make no statements to police that could be used to incriminate you in a later court proceeding and call the attorneys at Coit & Payment, PC today for a free consultation to discuss your concerns.
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