Intercepting Criminal Investigations

Facing a criminal investigation is daunting. Many people make the critical mistake of working with police during criminal probes. You might worry that if you don't cooperate with investigators, they will think you have something to hide. You may think police will come down on you even harder if you don't answer their questions. Police and prosecutors are extremely good at preying on these fears. This is what they train for. This is how they build strong cases and win convictions.

When you are under investigation, you need to understand your rights. Call 800-242-3533 to reach Mandell Law as soon as possible.

The criminal defense lawyers at Mandell Law in Orlando, Florida, are highly skilled at intercepting pre-arrest investigations. We are prepared to advise you through the investigation, protecting your rights and strengthening your defense every step of the way. We handle serious criminal cases throughout Florida, and we represent clients under federal investigation nationwide.

Protect Your Future: What You Need To Do

If you are under investigation, this means the prosecution is actively building its case against you. We are prepared to intervene in investigations regarding white collar crimes, such as insurance fraud and Medicaid fraud, federal offenses, sex crimes and more.

You cannot afford to make any mistakes during this critical time. You must:

  • Contact an experienced, reputable attorney. Do not wait until you are arrested to call us. Stay one step ahead of the investigation, and potentially avoid arrest, by mounting your defense as early as possible.
  • Protect your rights. Anything you say to police can be used against you; however you have a constitutional right not to speak to police, other than providing identification information. We are prepared to advise you and protect your rights throughout the investigation. The district attorney or the United States Attorney's Office must have compelling evidence before it can charge you.
  • Know your options. In many cases, it is possible to prevent charges from being filed. We take aggressive action to negotiate immunity whenever possible. We may be able to arrange for you to speak to police without making yourself vulnerable to charges — or even better, get the case dismissed while never even contacting law enforcement.

Exercise Your Rights. Contact An Attorney.

The most important thing you can do as soon as you learn you are under investigation is to contact an experienced attorney to handle the investigation for you. Call 800-242-3533 or send our firm an email to schedule a no-obligation consultation. Your initial consult will involve our principle attorney Robert I. Mandell and this is completely free of charge.