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Arrested for a Violent Crime?

Speak to a Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer Today

In Florida State law, violent crimes are related to some of the most serious accusations and charges. A judge and jury might be in complete control of your future stability and freedom. To ensure you will not be unjustly punished, you need to take the right steps to gather delicate evidence, prepare your case, and defend your rights.

Call 305.330.1336 anytime to request a free initial consultation with Attorney David Seltzer!

What constitutes a violent crime in Florida?

Typically, for a criminal act to be considered a violent crime, serious physical harm must have been dealt to a victim with strong aggression or malicious intent. You could still be charged with a violent crime if no one was actually hurt, however, if it seems as if you were deliberately trying to cause physical harm to someone. Furthermore, extensive property destruction can be considered a violent crime.

Criminal offenses that are often considered or directly related to violent crimes include:

As the act of threatening to enact violence and personal injury upon someone is considered a violent crime, it is possible that you may have been falsely accused and arrested with no real evidence against you. Our team at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC can use years of criminal defense experience to disprove and dismantle illegitimate claims.

Lifelong Penalties for Violent Crime Convictions

After you have been arrested for violent crimes, the first thing you should do is contact an aggressive yet compassionate Miami criminal defense attorney from our firm. Violent crimes are almost always considered felonies of a high degree. If you do not defend yourself and are convicted, you could be facing steep penalties, including:

  • Up to $15,000 in steep fines
  • Life sentences without parole
  • Loss of child custody rights
  • Death penalty (murder cases)

You Cannot Afford to Take Chances with Your Future!

When you have been accused of a violent crime, you will be subjected to the scrutiny of a legal system that might already see you as guilty. When you retain the reliable legal counsel of Mr. Seltzer, you will be backed by a Miami criminal defense lawyer who has earned a remarkable list of appreciative client testimonials and won numerous difficult cases that garnered praise from his peers. Most impressively, he has appeared in respected media outlets – such as Fox News and The Miami Herald – several times to provide professional legal insight that so few other lawyers possess.

Now more than ever, you need to take action to defend your rights and tell your side of the story. Contact our team right away!

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