St. Charles County, St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and the entire metropolitan St. Louis area reaching about 2 hours in any direction from St. Charles, Missouri.
An attorney from Brockmeyer Law Offices is prepared to aggressively and effectively defend you in cases such as theft crimes, drug crimes, federal crimes, sex crimes, violent crimes, murder/manslaughter, juvenile crimes and burglary/robbery. Our firm is dedicated to protecting the legal rights and interests of clients and aiming to win every case that is possible to be won.
If law enforcement agents, investigators or even prosecuting attorneys ask you questions, or request that you provide a statement about the circumstances of the alleged crime, it is extremely important that you only provide information with your attorney present. Even if you believe that what you have to say will declare your innocence, in many instances, information you give could damage your case. As the Miranda Rights and the Fifth Amendment state, you have the right to remain silent and you have the right to an attorney. A lawyer from our firm can protect your rights from the very moment of your arrest.
Absolutely not. Don't sign away your right against unlawful searches / seizures. Speak with an attorney as soon as possible to further protect yourself.
A misdemeanor charge is a "lesser" charge, and is punishable by less than one year in jail. A felony charge is a greater charge and could result in a lengthier sentence with a minimum of one year in jail.
The police are not required to read you your Miranda Rights unless you are in police custody and they are asking you to make a statement about the facts.
Yes. You will need to prove your innocence in a criminal legal matter, and legal representation can greatly increase your chances of properly conveying the true facts.
If your job application asks for arrests, rather than convictions, be sure that you include every arrest, even if the case was eventually dismissed. Only expunged arrests can be omitted from a job application, and even then, some job applications (law enforcement), sensitive military contracting applications, and graduate school level college admission applications might specifically ask you to include any arrests that were expunged.
The faster you get in touch with an attorney, the better your chances of a positive result. While you do have the right to represent yourself, you will be facing an experienced and knowledgeable prosecuting attorney representing the state or federal government. With your future on the line, it's foolish to take your representation lightly. You owe it to yourself and to your reputation to ensure that the strongest possible defense team is on your side.

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Brockmeyer Law
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121 N 5th St.
Saint Charles, MO 63301
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