I confessed to something I did not do. What can I do?

People confessing to things they did not do is more common than most people realize. Some people may wonder how this could happen. What they do not know is that police interrogators use tactics designed to wear people down and trick them. Confessions may also be coerced through violence or threats of violence.

If you made a false verbal admission or signed a false confession, it is vitally important that you have an experienced criminal defense attorney representing you. Prosecutors will try to use the confession against you, but there are many ways an attorney may be able to protect your rights in this situation. Depending on the circumstances, a false confession may be attacked in court or even found inadmissible.

If you have been charged with a crime and you are afraid your own statements will be used against you, contact Brill Legal Group so we can discuss how we can help.

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