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If you were involved in an accident while you were intoxicated, you would be arrested and then charged with a DUI and possible further consequences or charges as well. We can help you understand the process you will be going through and ensure you receive fair consequences for your actions. It might include possible community service, paying lower fines or a lesser jail sentence.
In most states, drunk driving charges are considered a misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in jail and fines. Community service may also be required as a consequence of your charges. If you have an extremely high blood content level or multiple drunk driving charges on your record, the consequences may be more severe. It may become a felony charge rather than a misdemeanor.
These cases can be complex and frustrating to handle on your own with little or no legal experience. A trusted and experienced attorney can help you understand the actions you need to take to have a fair case. You and your family can have peace of mind knowing that your attorney will help you have fair consequences. We can help you have the most successful case possible.
Drug charges can be considered a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the situation at the time of the arrest. Misdemeanor convictions can result in up to a year in jail, probation, fines and rehabilitation time. Felonies can end up with years of jail time and more significant fines. Either charge can take you away from your family, work and spending your time how you would like. We can help you receive a fair trial. Florida drug crime charges can affect your life for years. An attorney can be a great asset in assisting those charges not to take precedence with employers or housing opportunities.
Have a chance at a clean and fresh start. We understand how important your family and your freedom are to you. We can help to get you out of jail, reduce your charges or even clear your name of any charges. We can prepare you for your court hearing or trial, obtain documentation proving your good nature and recommend fair consequences to the court like community service or rehabilitation. Contact our office today to see your possible outcomes and how best we can represent you or your loved one.
Theft can be considered a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the amount stolen. Burglary is always a felony. Misdemeanors can result in up to a year in jail, fines and community service. Felonies can become years in prison, more considerable fines and probation or rehabilitation. Either charge is considered severe and can be on your record for years. Having those on your record can cause you to lose your current job or not qualify for future employment, as well as housing opportunities.
Attempting to represent yourself against these charges could end in feelings of frustration and disappointment if the results are not what you were expecting. Allowing a Florida criminal defense attorney to help you and your case gives you time to spend with your loved ones and focused on other important matters.
If you or a loved one have been charged with theft or burglary, you should contact us immediately. At Nicole Alvarez, Attorney at Law, we understand how difficult these cases can be for you and your family. Having our Florida criminal defense attorney by your side can help you understand the process and know your next best step. We will help you to determine your available options and how you should proceed.
Violent crimes as defined may be different according to each state. A Florida criminal defense attorney can help you receive fair consequences for your actions. To protect your future and understand the charges you face, contact Nicole Alvarez, Attorney at Law. These charges can affect your future for years to come, including the lives of your loved ones.
The most common violent crime charges are assault and battery. Assault is purposefully causing fear of bodily harm to the victim. Battery is similar; however, it requires physical contact rather than fear of a physical altercation. Other serious violent crimes include manslaughter, first-degree kidnapping, aggravated assault and reckless assault of a child.
Consequences for these felony charges include a possible lessened jail sentence, paying less fines or fees, doing community service, or attending rehabilitation and anger management programs. There are classes (A, B, C, D and E) for felonies and their consequences. We can help you understand the process you will be going through and your next step. We have been able to help clients for years to get fair consequences and protect their rights. We will take our experience and help those charged to defend their freedom. Contact our office today to begin building your defence and learn how you should proceed.
Most federal criminal proceedings are tried in federal courts. Consequences can include years in jail, fines or fees, as well as community service or rehabilitation. Cases involving drugs, crossing state lines, and financial fraud become federal court territory. Other examples of federal crimes are:
If you have been charged with such a serious crime, promptly contact us. We will help you from the beginning to ensure that all evidence, documentation and other important information for your case is gathered and shared with the proper channels. We will communicate with the court and the other party's lawyers as well. We will also help you determine your best options and go through the entire process to help you understand what will be happening next. You may avoid making mistakes, like speaking to the other party's attorneys, by hiring us as soon as you are charged. We have years of experience helping those struggling with federal criminal cases. Our Florida federal crime attorney will help you have the most successful case possible.
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If you or a loved one are struggling with a criminal charge, contact our office to begin building your case or schedule a confidential consultation.