I've Been Arrested; Should I Talk To The Police?
Are you placed in custody? It is vital to know your rights before you answer any questions or give any verbal statements. Contact a knowledgeable attorney at Okabe & Haushalter firm.
Logo 310-430-7799
1230 Rosecrans Avenue Suite 300, Manhattan Beach, , CA 90266

I've been arrested; should I talk to the police?

Results matter, especially after an arrest. See how our past successes have helped our former clients.

Our commitment to protecting the rights of our clients drives us to secure the best possible outcome.

When the unexpected occurs, we are here 24/7 to listen to your side of the story and act on your behalf.

If you are placed in custody, it is very important that exercise your right to remain silent and do not answer any questions or given any verbal or written statements regarding the circumstances of your arrest. You should simply tell the officers or investigators that you want an attorney present before you will speak. It is crucial to retain the skilled representation of a knowledgeable attorney who can help protect you from making any self-incriminating statements and explain your legal options and the charges made against you.