If you are facing criminal charges in the Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties), a qualified criminal defense lawyer can help you fight for your rights, your freedom, and your reputation. Whether you are facing felony or misdemeanor charges, a criminal lawyer can review the details and facts of your case and help you understand your options. Felony and misdemeanor charges can have a serious impact on your criminal record. Individuals with misdemeanor or felony charges may have trouble getting certain jobs or receiving important federal or state financial aid. Much may be at stake if you are facing criminal charges, even a minor charge.
EDA Law is committed to providing clients with dedicated and vigorous representation. During his career, Mr. Anderson has successfully prosecuted and defended individuals charged with various felonies and misdemeanors, including:
- Assault with a Dangerous Weapon
- Gang Enhancements
- Assault with a Firearm
- Illegal Possession of a Firearm
- Assaulting a Police Officer
- Assaulting Emergency Personnel
- Attempted Murder
- Lifer Parole Hearings
- Breaking and Entering
- Masked Armed Robbery
- Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
- Dissuading a Witness
- Domestic Violence
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Resisting Arrest
- Drug Possession
- Terrorist Threats
- Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute
- Three Strikes Enhancements
- Violation of Probation
You need a felony lawyer who can take the time to look at police reports, speak to witnesses, examine evidence gathered against you, and work to build a strong case. Eric D. Anderson Law, LTD. can help you find answers during this challenging time. Navigating the criminal justice system is never easy. Our law firm works hard to help you get the best possible outcome for your case.
What You Need to Know If You've Been Arrested
If you've been arrested, you could face police questioning and investigation. Officers must respect your civil rights. Violation of your civil rights can result in charges being dropped or evidence being inadmissible in court. If you are arrested, this is what you need to know:
- You are innocent until proven guilty.
- Officers must read you your Miranda warnings if you are under arrest.
- You have the right to remain silent and have the right to leave if you are not under arrest.
- You have the right to ask for an attorney.
If you have been brought in for police questioning, officers may either suspect you of committing a crime, or they may want you to provide information to help them solve a crime. Anything you say can and will be used against you in court. While it is sometimes in your best interests to speak to the police, the benefits may vary depending on your circumstances. This is why if you are being questioned by police, or if you have been arrested, you should contact a criminal defense attorney in San Bernardino County, California. Eric D. Anderson Law, Limited works closely with individuals facing charges in the criminal justice system. We'll stand beside you during police questioning and help you every step of the way. Don't say something you'll regret. Stay silent and ask for a lawyer.
Protecting Your Constitutional Rights
There have been many reports of police officers violating individuals' civil rights during or before an arrest. If an officer stops you without due cause, if you are arrested without being read your Miranda rights, or if you face police violence or brutality, you have important legal protections under the law. Eric D. Anderson is a criminal defense attorney in Redlands, California, who believes in protecting the civil rights of all individuals. If you have been arrested or are facing felony or misdemeanor charges, don't wait—contact a qualified criminal lawyer and call us at (909) 283-5494 today.