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Miami Criminal Lawyer


Most crimes in the United States fall under the classification of either misdemeanor or felony. Between the two, there’s no question that a felony is more serious. A felony is any crime that can be punished by a year or more in state prison. As of 1996, Florida has enacted habitual offender laws, also known as “Three Strikes” laws. This means that, if you are convicted of three violent felonies in a row, you will be subject to mandatory prison terms depending on the seriousness of the offenses.

The punishment for a felony does not stop once you walk out of prison, either. A felony on your record can make it difficult to find a career in many fields including education, medicine, law, and finances. Even if you have worked hard to build a career over the years, felony convictions have a long tradition of leading to termination. A felony conviction can even strip away rights many people take for granted, from the right to vote to the right to possess a firearm to the right to run for office. If you are facing felony charges, you need an attorney who won’t stop fighting for you.

Our Miami Criminal Lawyer Has Extensive Experience

Our Miami criminal lawyers have years of experience defending clients like you against all types of criminal charges, including such felony offenses as:

Our attorneys thoroughly examine the circumstances of your arrest and your charges, using the evidence at hand to build a strong defense and call the prosecution into question. Whether we fight to have your charges reduced or dropped altogether, whether we fight to have your case dismissed or take it to trial for a victory, we always keep your best interests at heart.

If you or a loved one is facing felony charges, you need a strong defense. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with a top Miami criminal lawyer today.