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Criminal Defense2018-01-05T15:44:37+00:00

Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorneys and DUI Lawyers


At Leader & Leader, PA, we regularly handle all criminal charges from traffic criminal offenses and misdemeanors to serious felonies.
We have considerable insight into the criminal justice system. We know the best way to present your case. Our Fort Lauderdale lawyers leave no stone unturned in their search for legal issues and/or technicalities that may be used to have your case thrown
out of court or mitigating circumstances to limit your exposure and risk. Contact our Fort Lauderdale, Florida, criminal defense lawyersat 954-523-2020.

State and federal drug offenses

  • Possession of a controlled substance
  • Possession with the intent to deliver
  • Delivery of a controlled substance
  • Trafficking drugs such as marijuana, Xanax, Percocet, cocaine (crack, powder, etc.), MDMA/ecstasy, heroin, steroids and prescription drugs

Criminal traffic charges

  • Reckless driving
  • Driving while license suspended (DWLS)
  • Operating without a valid license
  • Operate against restrictions
  • Failure to render aid at an accident
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Failure to pay citation
  • Leaving a gas station without paying
  • Habitual traffic offender
  • Excessive points
  • Racing
  • Fleeing & eluding

Felonies

  • Third/Fourth offense DUI
  • Statutory rape
  • Armed robbery
  • Kidnapping
  • Aggravated assault or battery
  • Burglary
  • Dealing in stolen property/fencing
  • Possession of cocaine and other drugs with intent to distribute
  • Felon in possession of a gun
  • Aggravated stalking
  • Negligence
  • Grand theft
  • Leaving the scene of an accident when there is an injury
  • Battery on a police officer (“BAT LEO”)
  • Resisting Arrest with Violence
  • Fraud
  • Destruction of Evidence
  • Possession of Firearm/Carrying Concealed Weapon
  • Felony Battery
Violations of probation
  • Failing a drug test (“dirty urine”)
  • Failing to complete community service requirements
  • Failing to report
  • Leaving the area
  • New charges or a new arrest
  • Curfew violation
  • Failure to attend school
Sealing and expungement
  • Arrested but never charged
  • Charged but case dismissed
  • Charged and acquitted
  • Received a withhold of adjudication for a plea bargain, no contest plea or a guilty verdict
Warrants
  • Missing a court appearance/bench warrant
  • Arrest warrant for criminal offense
  • Violations warrant for a probation violation

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