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Fifth and Sixth Amendments: Your right to counsel

Being charged with a crime can be a very confusing time, especially if it is your first time being arrested. Police officers can be intimidating, and it can be difficult for defendants to know when they are allowed and need to have an attorney present. Both the Fifth and Sixth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution lay out the citizens' right to counsel. Gaining a better understanding of these rights can help those charged with crimes understand when and how an attorney can help.

What are the Hamilton County drug court program rules?

If you find yourself with the opportunity to enter the Hamilton County drug court program, it is imperative to understand the rules as well as how you will be treated. As a participant in the program, you are required to follow all the rules at all times. Failure to do so could lead to removal from the program, resulting in additional legal issues

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