If you think you've done something wrong, it's never too early to seek counsel. The news and the police can jump to conclusions and unfortunately people often get charged for crimes they didn't commit. Many others have broken the law in one way or another, but their constitutional rights may have been violated during the police investigation. In these cases, it may be possible for lawyers to develop strong legal arguments that will convince a judge to exclude incriminating evidence in the trial as a remedy for the law enforcement officer's violation of your rights.
Alternatively there may be a good reason why you did what you did. In certain cases, properly argued affirmative defenses can mean the difference between losing one's liberty or walking away unscathed.
Mr. Cook refrains from drawing conclusions on serious matters until he has a thorough and independent investigation of the facts made. Whatever your situation, if Cook Law takes the case, zealous advocacy and the protection of your rights and confidentiality are at the forefront.