What can an attorney do for you if a police officer wants to talk to you? We are often retained by people under criminal investigation. After we are formally hired, we immediately contact the law enforcement officer. We inform the officer that we represent you and that you are invoking your right to remain silent and to legal counsel until further notice. As a result, the pressure the police place on you to talk goes away. They can’t ask you any more questions. We then discuss the investigation with you and get all the information available about what is happening. If it is in your best i...
With a focus on criminal defense and family law, Vonderheide & Knecht practices in divorce, paternity, estates, wills, and appeals cases, as well as DUI/OWI, drug dealing, possession, and other criminal offenses ranging from theft to murder. Headquartered in Lafayette, Vonderheide & Knecht represents clients throughout Tippecanoe, Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Warren, and White Counties.
With over 60 years of combined experience serving Indiana's legal needs, we can help resolve your case effectively and efficiently. Through every step of the trial process, we work to communicate clearly with you to make sure you have the straightforward legal advice you need to make informed decisions about your case, know what to expect, and know how to proceed.
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