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How Plea Agreements Work in Miami Florida

If you have ever monitored a court case from beginning to end, you have heard the words, “plea agreement” quite often. A plea agreement is exactly that — an agreement. A plea agreement is between a prosecutor and a defendant under defined parameters.

Each criminal case is unique. Every case presents its own level of […]

Avoid the Consequences of a Misdemeanor Conviction

As you may know, those needing a criminal defense attorney in Miami are typically divided into two distinct categories – those accused of a misdemeanor and those accused of a felony.  Misdemeanors are considered less serious than felonies. Although a misdemeanor may technically be considered a minor crime, you should consider it a serious […]

Miami Criminal Attorney Explains What Shows up on a Criminal Background Check

Many of the questions that Floridians looking for a Miami criminal attorney often ask have to do with the background check process. Many want to know specifically what comes up on a background check; so, that they can be prepared if they apply for a job or try to rent an apartment that requires […]

Want Medical Marijuana in Miami, FL? You Have to Give Up Your Gun

In the state of Florida, people are starting to see the opening of more medical marijuana dispensaries. This is good news for those who suffer from illnesses that can be helped by medicinal marijuana. However, if you own a gun, you should take note. If you have a gun and a medical marijuana card, […]

How Severe Is Leaving the Scene of a Deadly Accident? A Criminal Attorney Explains.

One of the worst nightmares a driver can face is to be involved in a deadly car accident. The word “accident” expresses the fact that the driver did not intend to cause injury or death with their vehicle. Even though a deadly accident is not intended, leaving the scene of the accident in such […]

Your Defense to Assault with a Deadly Weapon – Miami Criminal Attorney

What is often called “assault with a deadly weapon” in other states and on TV is just called aggravated assault in Florida. It is defined under Florida Statute 784.021. Assault with a deadly weapon in Florida involved either the use of a deadly weapon or an intent to commit a felony.

Assault with a deadly […]

Miami Criminal Attorney Explains Your Right to Protest in Florida

There is a lot of protesting going on right now, particularly with some of the things that President Trump has been doing. These organized protests are happening all over the country and that includes Florida.

But you need to know what your rights are as well as your responsibilities when it comes to protesting; that […]

How Long Does it Take to Expunge a Case? Miami Criminal Attorney

To help you understand how long it will take to expunge your case, we ask that you imagine collaborating with three separate government agencies. Not a very interesting thought experiment, we know, but it’s a highly important one in any case. The question of duration hinges largely upon whether one or all of these […]