Attorney Graziella Bianchi handles a variety of criminal matters from simple Traffic Infractions such as Speeding and Failure to Obey a Highway Sign, Misdemeanor offenses such as Drunk in Public, Reckless Driving, Driving While Intoxicated/Driving under the Influence, Assault and Battery, Obstruction of Justice, Resisting Arrest, Possession of Marijuana, Trespass, Stalking, Sexual Battery, Petit Larceny as well as Felony Offenses which include Drug Offenses such as Possession of Schedule I/II Narcotic, Distribution of Drugs, Theft Offenses such as Grand Larceny, Obtaining Money by False Pretense, Credit Theft, Forgery, and Fraud Offenses. Ms. Bianchi also handles, more complex felonies such as Sex Offenses, including Sodomy, Aggravated Sexual Battery, Rape, Robbery, and First and Second Degree Murder.
It is very important if you are charged with any criminal offense you should consult an attorney immediately. Criminal convictions including some traffic infractions can seriously impact your record. You have certain rights and privileges that should be maintained during the course of a criminal case and Graziella Bianchi, of the Law Offices of Graziella Bianchi, PLLC will ensure that your rights are preserved and that your case is resolved in the best possible way.
You have certain rights that are guaranteed to you by the Constitution of the United States. Everyone should know their rights and you should never be afraid to envoke them. Your rights are important and you should preserve them when interacting with Law Enforcement.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT. Everything you say will be used against you in a criminal prosecution. It is better to say nothing, than say something that can easily be turned against you in Court. The law has recently changed and you must now tell the police that you do not want to speak with them.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE FREE FROM UNREASONABLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES. Do not consent to any searches of your person, car or home unless shown a warrant.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT NOT TO TAKE ANY TESTS. Do not consent to take any tests, either on the street or at the station. This evidence is only going to be used against you in a court of law.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO AN ATTORNEY. You have the right to Counsel at every stage of the proceeding. You have the right to have an attorney present when you are being questioned by the police. Do not make any statements without an attorney present. Always demand an attorney and then express your right to remain silent and not speak to the police.
If you are interested in a free case evaluation or to find out more about your rights, call Graziella Bianchi at (703) 539-6162 to schedule a free consultation today.