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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 Lawyers Must Advise Clients of Immigration Consequences

Miami criminal lawyers have a wide range of roles and responsibilities. Among these, it is our job to inform clients regarding the consequences that an arrest can have on their immigration status.

This is something that some clients do not immediately consider when choosing their Miami criminal defense attorney. When an individual is arrested and they […]

8 Ways Social Media Posts Can Land You in Jail – Criminal Defense Attorney in Miami

There are a ton of different ways that social media posts can land you in jail. Here are eight examples of people that got in trouble for using social media. If you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime because of social media, you need to call a criminal defense attorney in Miami who […]

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 […]

Accused of Cyberstalking? Don’t Let the Police Search Your Phone

If you have been accused of cyberstalking, the last thing you should ever do is hand over your phone to the police. No matter what they promise you, even if that promise if having the charges dropped, don’t give into the temptation of letting the police search your phone.

Why shouldn’t you give the police […]

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 […]

How to Defend Battery Charges in Miami with a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Under Florida Law, there are two types of battery: simple battery and aggravated battery. If you have been charged with battery, you first need to have an understanding of the difference between the two different types.

Simple Battery

Any strike, hitting or attack to cause harm, against that individual’s will, is considered simple battery. A first […]

Neighbors Call the Police for Domestic Violence? Contact a Criminal Attorney

The definition for domestic violence battery in Florida is ‘the touching or striking of a family member, household member or domestic partner against their will’.

This subject is highly politically charged throughout the State and prosecution is often aggressive and handled by specialist prosecutors. If you find yourself on the receiving end of these charges, […]

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 […]