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Our Criminal Defense Law Firms have represented thousands of individuals singled out during criminal investigations and charged with all levels of crimes. They have appeared in county court, circuit court, the Florida Supreme Court, and Federal Court to fight for our clients. Our Lawyers have successfully tried cases to verdicts on all kinds of criminal charges including; Murder, sex crimes to domestic violence and other violent crimes, DUI , weapons charges, theft, and drug and drug trafficking charges as well as juvenile matters. Criminal Defense Attorneys represent the accused charged with any kind of criminal case.
Our Defense Attorneys have prepared hundreds of witnesses for testimony and interviews before grand juries, prosecutors, investigative agencies and trial. They are dedicated to providing our clients with unfailing and impeccable service from the moment an incident arises, through the conclusion of the case, no matter how long it takes.
The continuing success of our lawyers is due to their commitment to these simple principles: complete honesty with our clients, hard work on their behalf, and gaining the best possible results in the courtroom.
OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. Under Florida law, failing to comply with a court order or appear in court when required can result in a warrant being issued for your arrest. Once this warrant is issued, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) may suspend your driver’s license and you can face serious consequences. If you have outstanding warrants for failures to appear, it is important to resolve the matter as soon as possible. At the law firm of (blank), we offer skilled representation to help our clients promptly remove warrants from their record and protect their freedom and reputation. Read more…
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
You have the right not to incriminate yourself, which is also known as the right to remain silent.
You have the right to be free of “unreasonable search and seizure,” though there are various regulations and exceptions that accompany that right.
You have the right to an attorney. We will get you in touch with a criminal defense attorney who can make sure that you understand your rights. It’s important to note, however, that your right to an attorney does not necessarily apply to your decision as to whether to take or refuse a Breathalyzer or blood alcohol test.
You also have the right to be advised by police about these rights, commonly called Miranda Rights. Read more…