All people who are charged with or under investigation for a crime have the right to an attorney to represent them, to speak for them during an investigation or after an arrest, and to protect their constitutional rights as they move through the criminal justice system.
We have built a strong record of success defending clients accused of various types of sex crimes:
In all criminal cases, our ultimate goal is to minimize the potential negative impact of the arrest and criminal charge on the life of our client. Sometimes, we are able to uncover errors in police procedure or factual information that results in a dismissal of all charges.
In other cases, our goal is to negotiate a plea agreement that results in a guilty plea to a lesser charge - if at all possible, we will keep you from having to register with the Florida sex offender registry.
In other cases, we will go to trial to persuade a jury that the state attorney's office cannot prove its case against our client.
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