If you are suspected of a crime in Johnson County, Kansas or across the state, you will likely first be interviewed. Before you are asked to submit to an actual lie detector test, the detective will be critiquing all parts of your communication - verbal, paralinguistic and nonverbal. This is Overland Park's law enforcement's way of informal "lie detection" as trained by the Reid Technique. Here are the details:
Is this form of behavioral "lie detection" scientific. Nope!
Is it fully accurate? Not at all!
Will it be used against you? Absolutely!
Here's what we suggest: DON'T GIVE STATEMENTS, TO LAW ENFORCEMENT, WITHOUT AN EXPERIENCED KANSAS CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY!
If you are under investigation, or have been charged with a crime, call Attorney T. Morton NOW 913-602-7288. Consultations are free and payment plans are available.
Last week we told you that the Johnson County, Kansas police/sheriff are specially trained in interrogations and interview techniques. The "Reid Technique" trains officers to use your behavior to determine if you are truthful (according to them) and to potentially get you to make confessions. Here is how the technique works:
If you think you need a lawyer, you do! Get an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side today. Attorney T. Morton serves Overland Park, Kansas and counties across the the state. Call NOW 913-602-7288. Payment plans are available.
We have told you before, and we will say it again today. You should NEVER speak to an investigator, police officer, child protective services caseworker, etc. without an attorney. Why? Because you are not proving your innocence during this interaction. Rather, the investigator/detective is trying to get you to give them what they need to file charges against you or solidify their case. Here's the truth:
In addition to bond, you may be placed on "pre-trial supervision" by the Johnson County, Kansas courts. There are specific conditions to this order of the court. You will sign this agreement and violations can result in revocation of bond and you being placed back into custody. Here are the top 10 ways to avoid violating supervision:
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Have questions about your criminal case, bond or violations? Call Attorney T. Morton NOW 913-602-7288. Consultations are free and payment plans are available.
If you are in Johnson County, Kansas you should be concerned that you have a warrant ,if any of the following apply to you:
The best thing you can do is get an attorney right away if you believe you have a warrant for your arrest. That is for a number of reasons:
As you may be aware, in Overland Park, Kansas, and across the nation, sex crimes are aggressively investigated and prosecuted. Crimes against children cause the Johnson County, Kansas prosecutors particularly alert; therefore, are oftentimes not resolved by plea agreement. Further, it is very possible that you could be facing both state and federal charges, as follows:
Crimes of theft are some of the most frequently charged crimes, in Overland Park, Kansas court. Under the Kansas statute, of "theft", fall a number of charges. Here are some of the most frequently charged theft crimes and how to tell each apart:
Each of these types of theft charges have separate and unique parts that the Johnson County, Kansas prosecutor must prove. Through the courts, or because you allow it, an investigation will be rigorously completed. If you are facing a theft crime don't delay. Call an experienced attorney NOW 913-602-7288. Attorney T. Morton does offer payment plans.
Holidays are a good time, and a time when many are charged with crimes. Typically those include:
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