A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away a notorious scoundrel shot a bounty hunter. The question is, was this shooting a homicide or was it justifiable self-defense?
Criminal Defense Attorney
in South Florida
If you are facing criminal charges, you want the strongest defense possible. You need an attorney who has practical courtroom and trial experience. Mr. Seidman is a former Lead prosecutor for the State of Florida. He has extensive jury and non-jury trial experience. This familiarity in how a case is prosecuted allows you and Mr. Seidman to sit down and discuss the likely outcomes of your case and any potential effects the case could have on your future.
Building Your Defense
Title XLVI of the Florida Statutes defines all of the crimes in the state of Florida. An attorney who is familiar with the wording of each statute is not enough. You need an attorney who is knowledgeable as to each element of the crimes listed in the Criminal Code and more importantly knows how to position your case from the first day of representation for the most positive outcome.
The first issue in any drug case is the legality of the original encounter between the accused and the police. We need to know as many details as possible about that encounter, as even minor details can make all the difference.
If the police did not have a 'reasonable and articulable' basis for your detention, all evidence seized must be suppressed, and the police will have no case.
Each charge carries a different consequence. You may be facing a simple misdemeanor or a felony which may carry up to a life sentence. It is vital that you understand the ramifications of the charges you are facing, as even a misdemeanor can have serious consequences and completely alter the course of a person's life.
Based on our experience, our law firm will immediately let you know what you are up against.
Every drug charge is unique. Strict procedures and laws must be followed in order for the charges to be upheld. Preparing the defense in criminal cases involves investigation of the facts (which includes discovery of the government's evidence and interviewing witnesses, etc.), researching the law and of course, discussing the case with the prosecutor. The point is, we need to get involved in the case as early as possible.
With so much on the line, you cannot afford to chance your defense to an inexperienced attorney.
I Will Defend You!
Attorney at Law
“In the eyes of the law you are innocent until proven guilty. Criminal law requires the authorities to prove that you are in fact guilty as charged. This is why you need an attorney such as myself, who has the experience needed during this critical time. Call Now 561-430-2204 and I Will Fight For You.”