Is it okay to discuss my case with family and friends?

If you find out that you are under investigation for a crime, it is best to keep conversations with family members, friends and coworkers to a minimum. Law enforcement officers may interview people who are close to you. By discussing the investigation with them, you may unwittingly help the prosecution build their case against you.

An investigation does not automatically mean you will be charged and convicted. However, it may lead to negative consequences. The only person you should be discussing a case with is your lawyer, as all conversations between you two are confidential.

If you are being investigated for fraud or another offense in New York, contact the knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys at Brill Legal Group. Our lawyers are available to discuss your situation.

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