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Criminal laws are the same across the State of Florida. However, Miami-Dade is unique due to the large volume of criminal cases handled by the court. If you are involved in the Miami criminal court system you face long delays in the resolution of your case due to the amount of cases in the system. A pending criminal charge can put your life on hold. You can be denied a job, a professional license, government benefits and even the right to travel while your criminal charge is pending. If you are on pretrial release, you may have to check in until your case is resolved. In Miami-Dade County, it could take years. Hiring a private Miami criminal attorney may assist you in achieving a faster resolution of your case.
ALL CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE SERIOUS!
Any criminal conviction can have a devastating impact on your life. Many people jump at the opportunity to resolve a criminal case so long as it involves no jail or prison time. People often plea to cases without realizing the collateral consequences of being found guilty of a criminal charge. Certain misdemeanors can cause deportation or put you on the sex offender registry! An experienced Miami criminal attorney can assist you in determining your best option.
YOU HAVE OPTIONS!
Miami-Dade has recognized this over crowding issue and implemented programs and procedures designed to ease the strain in the criminal courts. Some of these programs are unique to Miami-Dade County.
Our law firm’s Miami criminal attorneys are familiar with and utilize all available options to 1) get you the best possible result and 2) resolve your case as quickly as possible. Our Miami criminal attorneys will explain all of your options including diversions, pleas and trial.
Miami criminal attorneys Michael Dye & Daniel Rosenberg have represented individuals charged with criminal offenses in Miami-Dade County including, but not limited to, DUI, armed robbery, strong armed robbery, drug possession & murder.