FAQs for Legal Emergencies
Under the law, police officers are permitted to lie to you and say anything they want to you without punishment. There are many pitfalls that can end in your incarceration. We know what the traps look like. Before you talk to the police, do yourself a favor and talk to Dale Carson Law.
It is true that law officers are promoted on the number of arrests they make. When they speak with you, they are seeking information to enable them to put you in jail. If they had enough information, you’d already be under arrest. Don’t talk or argue with the police…you can’t talk your way out of being arrested… but you sure can talk your way into an arrest. Let Dale Carson Law do the fighting for you.
Admit nothing to the police, but act fast to call the firm who trained police officers – who knows the game well enough to not only represent you, but to get the best possible outcome.
Talk to Dale Carson Law immediately, because it is important to understand you are walking in a mine field – don’t go in to clear yourself, go in with the right law firm to survive and win.
Clerk and Jail Links
Duval : https://core.duvalclerk.com/
Florida Department of Corrections Inmate Search : http://www.dc.state.fl.us/AppCommon/
Northeast Florida Jail Inmate Search:
Duval County Jail: http://inmatesearch.jaxsheriff.org/default.aspx
St. Johns County Jail: http://www.sjso.org/?page_id=5653
Clay County Jail: http://p2c.claysheriff.com/jailinmates.aspx
Nassau County Jail: http://nassauso.com/inmate-search/
Putnam County Jail: http://smartweb.pcso.us/smartwebclient/jail.aspx
Alachua County Jail: http://oldweb.circuit8.org/inmate.html
- Florida Bar Association
- Jacksonville Bar Association
- Federal Bar Association
- Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- U.S. Courts