Attorney Eduardo Paredes has practiced immigration and criminal law throughout California state courts as well as in United States District Court which is the federal branch of the judiciary. Attorney Eduardo Paredes represents both U.S. citizens and non-citizens alike in their criminal cases. In fact, Attorney Eduardo Paredes has achieved NOT GUILTY verdicts in various criminal cases, including a recent NOT GUILTY VERDICT for a client charged with murder.
Additionally, Attorney Eduardo Paredes represents clients after they are convicted of a crime when the Department of Homeland Security seeks to remove (deport) a non-citizens due to their criminal history. In doing so, Attorney Eduardo Paredes has over a decade and a half of experience representing clients in their criminal and immigration cases. This has allowed Attorney Eduardo Paredes to craft unique legal skills making him an expert in the intersection of immigration and criminal law.
An accused under arrest and charged with a crime needs to know that the police often have the right to use anything you state during the course of an investigation against you to prove that your are GUILTY of the crime charged. In order to exclude incriminating statements, Attorney Eduardo Paredes undergoes a thorough investigation of your criminal matter. This investigation also delves into the practices used by the police to interrogate the accused. This is done in order to prove in a court of law that certain incriminating statements were made in violation of the accused’s constitutional rights.
On TV, you may see a defense attorney jump out of his chair and yell at a cop to exclude evidence. However, in reality, the court system includes procedural safeguards that ensure that the accused receives a fair and impartial hearing where the judge listens to testimony from the arresting officers as defense attorneys, like Attorney Eduardo Paredes, question the police officers’ tactics and strategies to show that the statements of the accused were taken in violation of the accused’s constitutional rights.
Often times, the accused person may become defensive when interacting with the police. Though easier said than done, the accused ought to keep in mind that their comportment and demeanor during their arrest and booking process may complicate, and actually, increase the charges filed against you. This is so because the police has an obligation to investigate crimes, and to the accused, such investigation may become intrusive.
Fortunately, our founding fathers of the United States established your constitutional safeguards to ensure the accused’s fair treatment in the criminal justice system. Attorney Eduardo Paredes has successfully had charges dismissed against accused people charged with resisting arrest, drug offenses, assault with a deadly weapon, and other offenses dismissed based on constitutional arguments made in court and proving that police officers failed to meet the constitutional standards that protect all accused.
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