Redding Lawyer With More Than 35 Years Of Criminal Law Experience

If you have any criminal law concerns, do not say anything until you have talked to an experienced criminal defense lawyer. You do not want to lose any potential opportunity to minimize the consequences or fight your charge. At the Redding Law Offices of John M. Kucera, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of the accused in the State and Federal courts of California.

To whom do you trust your freedom. John M. Kucera is dedicated to helping your protect your rights and your future. Contact Mr. Kucera online today to schedule a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your case.

Assert Your Rights And Get Legal Counsel Right Away

After an arrest, a police officer will read you your Miranda Rights. You have the right to remain silent, and you have the right to consult an attorney. If you want to build the best possible defense, you will want to take advantage of those rights.

Once they have informed you of your rights, police officers will start asking you questions. As the police will tell you, anything you say could be used against you later. Sometimes, a small and seemingly harmless detail could come back to haunt you later. That is why we encourage our clients to simply do the following:

  • You do not wish to say anything
  • You want an attorney.

Anything other than those words may be seen as an invitation by you to speak further. Although you have the right to speak to a lawyer, one must be readily available. Our firm is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in emergency situations, and we are ready to advise you at this critical time.

Whether you have been charged with vehicular homicide, manslaughter, drug crimes, sex crimes, or DUI, our firm has the resources to handle a wide range of criminal law concerns.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

Located in Redding, just one block north of the Shasta County Courthouse, we protect the rights of the accused throughout the State and Federal courts of Northern California. We are ready to answer your criminal law questions and help you prepare your defense. Contact us online today for a free half hour consultation.