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Have you been contacted by the police in the Charlotte, North Carolina area (Mecklenburg County)?

If the police have contacted you in some way, (usually a phone call or personal visit), you have a Constitutional right under the 5th Amendment to remain silent. You do not have to provide any information that may be be incriminating.

It is difficult for any of us to decide what information we have that is incriminating. The attorney-client privilege enables an individual that has been contacted by the police to sit down with an attorney and freely divulge all information to the attorney (with some exceptions),  so that the client can decide whether it is in their best interests to meet with the police and give a statement or to have the attorney inform the police that the client will not be giving a statement.

Mr. Lange has over 30 years of experience as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is available to meet with you and confidentially discuss any situation  that you may find yourself in, so that you can make an informed decision as to your next step.

One decision at a time.

Please feel free to contact the Law Office of Attorney David R. Lange with any questions or to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

O: (704) 343-0457

C: (704) 968-8839

Posted in: Criminal Investigations



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