Fort Lauderdale law enforcement officials understandably respond quickly to any calls related to domestic violence. Increased awareness of the dangers that domestic abuse can hold has understandably meant severe penalties for anyone convicted of domestic violence in Florida. Unfortunately, however, as a result, some people have figured out that an accusation of domestic abuse can bring about an arrest and have used that knowledge to make false allegations. If you’ve been falsely accused, a criminal lawyer in the Fort Lauderdale area can help you to clear your record and your good name.
Whether it is an ex-spouse making false allegations in order to rob you of your visitation rights with your children, an angry partner who made the call to police in a fit of passion but now wishes the charges could be retracted, or a confused elderly parent who may be upset about decreasing freedoms due to infirmity, anyone who has wrongly accused you of criminal activity can damage your entire future if a conviction is obtained. That is why you need the help of an experienced and expert Fort Lauderdale criminal lawyer.
When you need the services of a Fort Lauderdale criminal lawyer to help you defend yourself against domestic violence charges or any other criminal charges, the Law Firm of Leader & Leader stands ready to provide you with the legal advice that you will need. Contact a criminal lawyer with Leader & Leader today so that your lawyer can begin to evaluate your case, and together, you can build a strong defense.
When you need an aggressive Fort Lauderdale criminal lawyer, Leader & Leader is a criminal defense law firm that has a breadth of experience in Florida. Our firm has more than 68 years combined experience and you will work with a criminal defense lawyer who will defend you from pre-case filing efforts to trial and appeal, if necessary. We serve Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe counties in state and federal court criminal matters. For more information, visit http://criminallawleader.com/ or call 954.523.2020. Initial consultations available 24 hours, 7 days a week via telephone.