New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney Discusses Forced Confessions
As an experienced New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney I am often contacted by college students who feel they were coerced into a confession by the police. Let’s say you go to Drew University, and you’re here in New Jersey. You’ve been pulled over. You’ve been arrested by the police, and you feel that you were coerced. You were forced into making a confession to some event, some crime that you didn’t commit.
That’s a very serious piece of leverage that you may have to successfully defend your case. My suggestion is that you do some more research, and then find an attorney in the area where your case is pending, where you have to go to court, and then speak to at least two or three attorneys to see who you can work with and try to determine whether or not that coerced confession could be suppressed, which means thrown out, and perhaps the case against you could be thrown out, as well.
Are you a college student who was coerced into a confession by the police? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney Carl Spector.