Investigations & Investigative Interviews
Providing Counsel to Licensed Professionals Under Investigation
If a criminal investigator or a board investigator from an administrative agency contacts you or comes to your place of business, the first step you need to take is to contact an attorney experienced in that area of law. In fact, the Georgia Dental Association Journal published an article by Mr. Goldstein indicating what an individual should do when contacted by an investigator. A board investigator may claim to have your best interests in mind or imply that this matter is not serious. Unfortunately, their job is not to protect your rights.
Your professional future and rights are of paramount importance to Melvin M. Goldstein, attorney at our Atlanta-area firm. He knows what is at stake when licensees face a Georgia governing body without the aid of an experienced attorney.
Experience on Both Sides of Investigative Interviews
At the law office of Melvin M. Goldstein, we bring experience in counseling clients on what to say and what not to say in an investigative interview and ensuring that their rights are protected. He established his practice after serving on the opposite side of such legal matters. He is a former assistant attorney general, hearing officer and administrative law judge. That insight is invaluable in helping you preserve what you have worked so hard to achieve.
Providing the Advocacy You Need When So Much is at Stake
Our job is to cut through the bureaucracy and overcome the hurdles in making inquiries for information on the charges you face and the evidence gained in an investigation. Facing an investigative interview alone puts your professional license in jeopardy. Any and all statements that you make can be held against you.
To schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer regarding representation during an investigative interview, please contact us.