When you're facing the serious consequences of criminal charges, securing your protection becomes your top priority. At Dalbir Singh & Associates, P.C., we take pride in being the go-to criminal defense lawyers in New York with the experience and determination to fight for your rights. From the moment you need us, we are here to provide unwavering representation, both in court and during interrogations.
As a United States citizen, you have fundamental rights even if you are accused or apprehended for a crime. These rights, known as your Miranda Rights, are crucial to safeguarding your defense. They include:
The right to remain silent and not answer any police questions.
The right to avoid self-incrimination.
The right to have legal representation present during questioning.
Being respectful and courteous during an arrest is essential. Resisting arrest can lead to additional evidence being used against you or more severe charges. Politely decline to answer any questions until your New York criminal defense attorney is by your side.
When you choose our firm, you gain access to a team with comprehensive knowledge of the legal intricacies surrounding criminal cases. No matter how complex or serious the charges, we will mount an aggressive defense tailored to your unique circumstances. Our experienced New York criminal defense attorneys will skillfully handle any inquiries, ensuring that nothing you say or do can be used against you in the future.
Facing criminal charges is daunting, but you don't have to face it alone. Reach out to us at 212.428.2000 and let Dalbir Singh & Associates, P.C. be your trusted advocates during this challenging time.
Discover the prowess of our legal team. Reach out to us today for expert solutions to all your legal inquiries!
✔️ Learn more about your Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, responsibilities:
USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli toured the Southwest border by helicopter, courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, to learn more about their air and marine operations. Acting Director Cuccinelli has been meeting with Department of Homeland Security partners to discuss how we work together to address the border crisis.
Our FIRST system is part of our ongoing effort to move from paper-based to a digital environment. FOIA requestors can create a USCIS online account to submit requests and receive documents digitally. Sign up for a USCIS account today: