Defending Those Facing Criminal Charges in West Palm Beach, Fl
Facing Arrest? Get the Representation You Need Today!
If you or a loved one has been arrested, you may have many questions about the criminal justice process. What information should you provide to law enforcement officers? What hearings will you be required to attend? What are the potential outcomes of the case?
When should you hire an attorney? Understanding the system and knowing your rights can help as your case progresses. To get a firm grasp of the process and your charges, it's best to speak with a skilled lawyer right away. They can deliver sound legal advice and guidance from start to finish.
At the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld, P.A., we are ready to provide the personalized attention and aggressive defense you need. Backed by extensive legal experience and having defended countless clients and advocated in over 50 jury trials, our attorney knows what it takes to build a solid strategy to challenge the accusations made against you.
We don't stand for people being taken advantage of during criminal processes or having their rights violated. That is why we focus on our client's best interests and thoroughly prepare for each case we handle.
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Get the Effective Defense You Need
The effects of a conviction can have long-lasting consequences. Not only can you be incarcerated and ordered to pay fines, but your driver's license or professional license could be suspended, and you could lose specific rights, such as that to own or purchase a firearm. Additionally, you will have a criminal record, which can make it challenging to get a job, find housing, or qualify for government benefits.
With your future and rights on the line, it's best to approach your case with the help of a seasoned lawyer who knows the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. When you retain the services of our attorney at the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld, P.A., you'll get just that. We know how this system works, and we'll be committed to providing the effective counsel you need.
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Client not Arrested and Charges not Filed Following Allegations of Lewd or Lascivious Molestation
Defense for Criminal Cases in FL
When the state or federal government prosecutes a criminal matter, it does so to the full extent of the law. The prosecutor will work hard to secure a conviction, which means you'll need attorneys on your side who will work just as hard, if not harder, for you. Fighting your criminal charges requires thoroughly analyzing the prosecution's case against you and identifying weaknesses. This can be a time-consuming and difficult process and not one that should be handled without the help of lawyers who have experience investigating criminal matters in both state and federal court.
At the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld, we provide defense for numerous cases, including:
Florida Criminal Conviction Penalties
Florida separates crimes into two categories: misdemeanors and felonies. Although you should not take a charge for either lightly, felonies are considered the more serious offenses.
The state further classifies each level of charge by degrees. The potential punishments you could face depend on various factors, including the level and degree of charge.
The maximum punishments for misdemeanors and felonies are as follows:
- First-degree misdemeanor: 1 year in jail and/or $1,000 in fines
- Second-degree misdemeanor: 60 days in jail and/or $500 in fines
- Capital felony: Death
- Life felony: Life in prison
- First-degree felony: 30 years in prison and/or $10,000 in fines
- Second-degree felony: 15 years in prison and/or $10,000 in fines
- Third-degree felony: 5 years in prison and/or $5,000 in fines