What Happens if you get Caught Stealing?

If you have been caught stealing something that’s not yours in Miami, the potential consequences and penalties will depend on what you stole, who you stole it from, how you stole it, and how much it was worth. But no matter what you are accused of stealing, criminal theft charges can result in serious penalties, including significant jail time. What is Theft? Theft is the criminal charge you will face for stealing, but there are many different kinds of theft with different elements and different penalties. No matter what kind of theft charges are brought against you, prosecutors will have to prove the following basic elements of the crime: • You knowingly obtained or used, or attempted toobt

Criminal Defense Attorneys - When do You Need One?

A criminal defense attorney is someone you seek out to build a solid defense strategy when you are being investigated or have been accused of a crime. The defense attorney has the skills to design a solid plan in order to assist you if you have been charged with a criminal case. A good criminal lawyer will therefore have an outstanding negotiation as well as interrogation skills. In Miami, a criminal defense lawyer in court represents the defendant. They can also be known as public defenders. This is due to the fact that the government hires criminal defense attorneys to defend the indigent in the court. Criminal Defense Attorneys Help You During Difficult Times Your Miami criminal attorney

Selecting A Miami Criminal Lawyer

An individual or business entity that is charged with criminal activity requires professional guidance from a professional criminal lawyer. However, if you are looking to select a criminal lawyer in Miami, here are some pointers to find adequate legal representation. Research It is extremely important to find an experienced criminalo defense lawyer. You don't want your case to be a learning experience for a new lawyer. Similar to doctors, attorneys specialize in their services. The criminal legal procedure is an extremely complex field and therefore only an expert criminal attorney should be engaged to represent your case irrespective of its type. It is also best to engage a lawyer with spec

Can I Still Be Prosecuted for a Crime I Committed a Long Time Ago?

The long arm of the law can grab you years or even decades after you’ve committed a crime. But with the exception of the most violent crimes, Florida prosecutors only have a limited amount of time within which to file criminal charges against you. Statutes of limitations are laws which set forth time periods within which criminal charges must be brought after a crime has been committed. If a statute of limitations has run for a given crime, and prosecutors try to file chargesthereafter, the defendant can move to have those charges dismissed. Florida Criminal Statutes of Limitations Florida’s criminal statutes of limitation can be found in Florida Statute 775.15. Limitations periods are gener

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