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2nd Degree Murder – Case Dismissed
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Attempted Murder – Case Dismissed
DUI with Xanax – Case Dismissed
Trespass and Disorderly Intoxication – Case Dismissed
Battery – Case Dismissed
Felony Controlled Substance Possession – Case Dismissed
Driving Under the Influence – Case Dismissed
Grand Theft – Case Dismissed
Resisting Arrest With Violence – Case Dismissed
Battery (Domestic Violence) – Case Dismissed
Cannabis Possession – Case Dismissed
Reckless Driving – Case Dismissed
Assault – Case Dismissed
Arson 1st Degree – Case Dismissed
Racketeer/Conspire – Case Dismissed
Organized Fraud/50K+ – Case Dismissed
False Insurance Claim/100K – Case Dismissed
Grand Theft 1st Degree – Case Dismissed
Sexual Battery/Attempt – Case Dismissed

Miranda Rights: Criminal Lawyer in Miami Explains What TV Doesn’t Tell You

Because of the numerous law enforcement shows on TV, most people are familiar with their Miranda rights. Most Americans know these from memory, and they can recite them.

Because we’re so familiar with these words, we might think we know how to apply them in specific situations, but many of us really don’t know what […]

Expansion of Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law – Criminal Lawyers in Miami

Florida’s Stand Your Ground law is based on a basic belief that homeowners have a right to defend their home, person, and family from people who come into their residence with violent intentions. It is what’s referred to as the “castle doctrine” from the English idea that every man’s home is his castle, and […]

DUI and Marijuana: Field Sobriety Tests

In November 2016, like many other states before, Florida made medical marijuana legal. Florida law allows for the use of medical marijuana, and the Department of Health is drafting guidelines to create a regulatory system for it. In addition to this broad, sweeping change, many cities have recently decriminalized any amount up to 20 […]

What Florida’s Medical Marijuana Laws Don’t Allow

The moment that many Floridians have been waiting for has finally arrived. Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that will allow for the implementation of Florida’s medical marijuana program, a program that was approved by voters in November of 2016. However, while Amendment 2 suggests that the program will be comprehensive, Florida state lawmakers […]

What Kinds of Testimonial Privileges Do You Have in a Criminal Case?

Are there certain privileges that protect us from the testimony of others in a criminal law court? Although most individuals understand such basic rights as immunity from self-incrimination, it’s less common knowledge that laws exist to protect one from the testimony of others in specific circumstances. Our Miami criminal defense lawyers have tremendous success […]

Marijuana Possession Penalties in Miami, Florida

If you keep track of the news, you know that marijuana has been a topic of intense debate over the last year in Florida. Our criminal lawyers in Miami know this all too well. So what’s all the fuss? Presently marijuana is considered a schedule 1 controlled substance, meaning that the FDA doesn’t consider […]

Signs Your Criminal Lawyer in Miami is Not Working for You

In the United States, everyone has a Sixth Amendment right to the “effective assistance of counsel.” That means we all have the right to a legal defense. The courts can’t force you to stand trial against the state without an adequate legal defense, ensuring you can defend yourself. We all have the right.

Anyone who […]

The Crime of Traveling to Meet a Minor – Criminal Lawyer in Miami

In Miami, any person that tries to solicit a minor for sexual activity through the internet or another electronic device can be arrested and charged with traveling to meet a minor. In addition, any person that travels either within the state of Florida or in or out of Florida with the intention of meeting a […]

First Time Arrested? This is How a Criminal Lawyer in Miami Can Help

If you’ve been arrested for the first time in Miami, then you need to call a Miami criminal defense attorney. Don’t think that just because this is your first time getting arrested, that you’re going to get off scot-free. Miami criminal lawyers will know what to do if you’ve been arrested, and they can […]

What Happens After a Prostitution Arrest in Miami?

The nature of prostitution has gone through a number of changes over the years and this has largely been caused by developments in technology. Today, many websites offer ‘Escort’ services, which skirt the definitions of prostitution.

In Florida, the term ‘prostitution’ encompasses a wide range of different crimes and acts, making it important to know […]

You Can Get Charged and Convicted of Burglary in Miami Even if You Never Entered a Home or Building

What do you think of when you think of the crime of burglary? You probably think of a cat burglar sneaking his way into a home by night, maybe by slipping in through a window. Burglary, as most people understand it, is when someone illegally enters into a home or building and takes something […]

Criminal Lawyer in Miami Explains Not All Questions Are Forbidden by Miranda Warnings

You do have the right to remain silent after you’re arrested. You don’t have to divulge information that could be incriminating to you. The Miranda warning, sometimes called Miranda rights, are protections the police tell you about when you’re in police custody. It’s something they have to tell you before you’re questioned. If police […]

Tallahassee Calls Mandatory Sentences a Waste of Taxpayer Money

In a major move recently, the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee voted that the money used to house offenders for the entire period of the current mandatory sentences is wasted. These mandatory sentences are being tossed out like free t-shirts at a baseball game and can seriously affect a person’s life for a single […]

Medical Marijuana Activists Attend Public Workshop with the State of Florida

More than 300 people showed up to protest the current state of medical marijuana recently, among them doctors, patients and even those who would be growers if the law allowed. They all attended a meeting about the proposed rules for medical marijuana.

Many people have been concerned about medical marijuana use, and many of those […]

New Florida Law Aimed at Fighting Opioid Abuse

Florida has recently passed several new bills into law which are aimed at stemming the State’s growing drug-addiction problem. The rise in opioid addiction rates is also a national phenomenon, but Florida’s Senate Bill 422 (SB 422) is formulated with specific intent to curb what is regarded  as a state-wide addiction epidemic among prescription […]