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The Costly Consequences of Ineffective Representation

According to statistics from the Florida Uniform Crime Reports, there were 508,490 total arrests statewide in 2020. When an alleged offender is arrested and charged with a crime in Florida, a criminal trial will be scheduled to determine whether they are guilty or not.

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DUI Penalties in Florida

The DUI arrest rate in Florida is .3% higher than the percentage rate in the entirety of the United States. With that in mind, you should know that Florida judges take DUI charges more seriously than other states. If you’re convicted, the penalties may be harsh.

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Should I Still Hire an Attorney if I Think I’m Guilty?

You always have the right to counsel, whether you believe you are innocent or guilty of the charges. Contrary to popular belief, hiring an attorney does not indicate an admission of guilt.

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Motions to Suppress: Getting Evidence Excluded

Evidence – including physical proof, scientific evidence, or witness statements – plays a huge role in the outcome of every criminal case. However, depending on how the evidence was obtained or the role of the evidence in the prosecution's case, a defendant may request that certain evidence is excluded from the trial. A knowledgeable Florida criminal defense attorney can help you understand what a motion to suppress is and the possibility of suppressing such evidence.

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Shoplifting Charges in Florida

While it’s true that a shoplifting charge is often less consequential than other larceny offenses, it is still treated seriously. In fact, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, shoplifting is one of the largest categories of larceny charges in Florida, making up over 20% of cases per year.

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Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

When domestic violence charges are not based on fact, the defendant needs to understand the options for defending themselves. Often, defendants falsely accused of domestic violence choose to wait, hoping that the charges will go away on their own. However, waiting and doing nothing is not the best strategy.

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