29Jul 2019

Were Your Rights Violated?

That your rights are protected is something that most people take for granted
. Everyone operates under the assumption that the law is 
equitable and fair and that everyone gets treated the same and with the 
same due process. This is definitely not always the case. The road to 
trial is a long one for every policeman and prosecutor. Almost always, 
there is never an intent on the part of either the police or the 
prosecution to deny a suspect their rights. Of course, sometimes the 
Hollywood-esque monster of dirty cops planting evidence actually 
happens, but it is extremely, extremely rare. What is more likely to 
happen is that your rights have been violated by something being 

It is important to have a defense attorney who will go over every piece 
of evidence and challenge, it's veracity and legitimacy. Over the course 
of an investigation, there may have been an illegal seizure of evidence, 
you may have been denied counsel or you may have even been denied a 
speedy trial. Whatever you have been charged with, it is important to 
have an attorney that understands the legal process and will fight to 
ensure that all of your rights have been respected. If you live in 
Burlington, Essex, Colchester, Winooski, Williston, Shelburne or 
anywhere in the State of Vermont, and have been arrested or charged with 
DUI or any crime, call Handy Law for aggressive and experienced legal