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Who Can’t Own a Firearm in Miami? A Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer Explains

Florida is one of the more lenient states in terms of firearm possession laws. Miami does not require residents to have a permit should they decide to purchase shotguns, handguns, or rifles. Carrying a handgun does however require a concealed carry permit.

Our Miami criminal law firm has dealt with countless cases relating to gun […]

When DUI Becomes a Felony in Miami

If you’ve been arrested on DUI charges recently, you may have considered asking a Miami Criminal Lawyer any number of questions. One of these might be, “When is driving under the influence a felony?” If your circumstances have involved any one of the following, it’s an important question:

You have prior convictions of DUI […]

Get Felony and Misdemeanor Charges Dismissed With a Pretrial Diversion Program

Getting hit with a felony or a misdemeanor charge can create a major disruption in one’s life and create a crisis. A criminal record can be a substantial impediment in finding a job and can cause social problems. Having a charge can be a tremendous weight and can increase the defendant’s stress level. It […]

What is Forgery in Florida? A Miami Criminal Lawyer Explains

In Florida, counterfeiting and forgery are considered felonies and can consequently result in severe penalties. Such charges have serious ramifications for those accused and should be handled by an experienced Miami criminal lawyer. So, if you or someone you know is being investigated for forgery, you should immediately schedule a free consultation with a […]