South Florida Felony Lawyer

A felony charge is frightening. If you are convicted, the penalties can be very harsh, with the possibility of lengthy incarceration in the state or federal prison system. You will also lose your right to vote, your right to sit on a jury and your ability to carry a gun. You may lose your license to drive, even if the crime was not related to operating a vehicle. If you are not a U.S. citizen, you can be deported no matter how long you have lived here. The stakes are very high. Get the defense you need and deserve. With the stakes this high, it is important to have an aggressive and knowledgeable defense lawyer who will leave no stone unturned in the search for the best defense strategy. At the Fort Lauderdale, Florida, criminal defense law firm of Leader, Leader & Zucker, PLLC our experienced south florida defense attorneys include former prosecutors and an experienced appeals attorney. We know how to defend your case to achieve the best possible results. Don’t delay-time is important. Contact our law firm at 954-523-2020 .

We handle state and federal felony charges such as:

  • Armed robbery
  • Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
  • Aggravated stalking
  • Aggravated assault or battery
  • Battery on a police officer (a/k/a/ “LEO”)
  • Aggravated fleeing to elude
  • Statutory rape
  • Lewd and lascivious conduct
  • Internet pornography and other computer crimes
  • Child abuse
  • Kidnapping
  • Burglary of a building or dwelling
  • Dealing in stolen property/fencing
  • Possession of cocaine and other drugs with intent to deliver
  • Drug trafficking
  • Culpable negligence
  • Theft charges such as grand theft
  • Resisting arrest
  • Fraud and embezzlement
  • Racketeering
  • Forgery

Prison Sentences for a Felony Conviction

The penalties for a felony conviction in Florida are categorized by degree of severity. Capital felonies and life felonies can result in the death sentence or life imprisonment. First-degree felonies can carry a sentence of up to 30 years in state prison. Second-degree felonies can lead to a maximum of 15 years in prison. A third-degree felony conviction can result in a sentence of up to five years in prison. In addition to prison sentences, you can receive significant fines and other harsh conditions that the court may impose.

Act quickly to preserve evidence and begin defending yourself

The sooner you start working with an experienced felony defense lawyer, the better. Our attorneys can ensure that evidence is preserved and that the right witnesses are deposed. We can analyze your case to identify what we believe to be the best possible way to defend against the charges. We can file motions to dismiss the charges and/or to suppress evidence and other motions that may result in a lesser charge. We utilize our combined experience to help ensure that we achieve the best possible outcome of your particular case and/or situation. Contact us today. Call 954-523-2020

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