Besides your health, there is nothing more precious. Everything depends on it: your family, your profession, your reputation– even your dreams. How are you going to protect it?
Miami Criminal Lawyer
Facing State or Federal criminal charges is a frightening experience. This is especially true for a person who has never had contact with the criminal justice system, whether it be in Miami, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, or anywhere else. You need an experienced criminal lawyer on your side.
As practicing criminal defense lawyers, sometimes it’s easy to forget how traumatizing facing criminal charges can be from a client’s perspective: Suddenly, you find yourself thrust into a world you never imagined you would be a part of, and subjected to indignities you never thought you would experience. The stress of being the subject of a criminal investigation or the trauma of being arrested and booked into a filthy, overcrowded jail can truly be overwhelming. It will make you question your most basic assumptions about what kind of person you are.
The first three things that go through your mind:
1) How will this affect my job?
2) How will this affect my family?
3) How will this impact the opinion everyone has of me?
A criminal conviction can also impact your ability to rent a home or live in certain communities. If you are not a citizen, a criminal conviction can even get you deported.
Fortunately, there’s a chance that your life can go back to normal. But timing is critical. You need to know your rights under the law and act to protect them immediately.
Don’t wait to get help.
Whether you are facing criminal charges in state court for misdemeanor or felony offenses or being investigated for a federal crime, timely intervention, negotiation, and preparation by an experienced State & Federal criminal defense attorney is your best option.
Our law firm’s practice is exclusively limited to both State & Federal criminal defense in Miami, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, as well as other cities throughout the state of Florida. We have a strong emphasis on the trial phase of legal advocacy. Our criminal attorneys have defended a wide range of state and federal criminal cases in Miami, FL and multiple other jurisdictions throughout the State. The experience we have gained defending clients as trial lawyers, along with a personal commitment to the people we represent, combine to offer the prospective client competent representation in a supportive, hands-on environment. As criminal defense attorneys, our philosophy is grounded in the strong belief that our clients should be fully informed about every aspect of their cases as it progresses and feel comfortable asking us to explain any legal issue they do not understand.
Over the past 20 years representing clients, the criminal lawyers of The Edelstein Firm have guided countless people through this emotional and legal maze with two goals in mind:
1) avoiding jail if at all possible, and,
2) avoiding a criminal conviction.
While every case is different, we do everything we can to minimize the effects of a criminal case on your life.
You want to put your case behind you and move on with your life. CALL US NOW for a CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION at (305) 538-4545.
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YOU DESERVE THE BEST CRIMINAL DEFENSE REPRESENTATION POSSIBLE | WHETHER YOU ARE HIRING A CRIMINAL LAWYER IN BOCA RATON, MIAMI, OR FORT LAUDERDALE, ALWAYS INVESTIGATE AN ATTORNEY’S QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, AND STANDING IN THE LEGAL COMMUNITY BEFORE MAKING A DECISION ON HIRING CRIMINAL DEFENSE COUNSEL
Whether you are a physician, attorney, professional athlete, entertainer or other professional, a criminal conviction can have devastating consequences for both your career and personal life. Even something as minor as a shoplifting charge can be a career ender, not to mention being charged with a white collar crime in federal court. If you are being investigated or charged with a crime, you should be taking immediate steps to protect your rights, career, and reputation.
It is bad enough being arrested anywhere, but it is doubly traumatic when it happens in an unfamiliar place. The distance from home, coupled with your lack of contacts in South Florida, compounds the stress that accompanies being arrested or charged with a crime. Whether you came to Miami-Dade County, Broward County, or Palm Beach County for business or pleasure, being arrested and introduced to Florida’s criminal justice system certainly was not something you or your family anticipated.
Students, whether they are high school students, college students or graduate students all have special concerns when they facing criminal charges. An arrest for a criminal offense (whether it be for theft crimes, drug crimes, or any other misdemeanor or felony) or the outcome of a criminal case can trigger school disciplinary proceeding, affect the chances of your admission to other schools, and affect your future employment. You should take immediate steps to protect your rights and future career.
Non-U.S. Citizens have unique concerns when they are arrested or prosecuted for crimes. It is therefore extremely important that their attorneys not only understand criminal defense law but also understand how criminal offenses can potentially adversely affect a client’s immigration status. A disposition that may be perfectly acceptable for a U.S. Citizen in a domestic violence or drug crimes case, for example, may have dire consequences for a non-U.S. Citizen.