If you've been arrested and charged with a crime, you may be unsure of where to turn. The legal system in Florida can be confusing no matter what charges you are facing and a conviction has the potential to damage both your record and your future.
At the Law Offices of Richard Tendler, we have the skills necessary to prepare an aggressive defense on your behalf. At such a crucial time in your life, it is important to take action immediately. My team has over ten years of experience, which we will put to work when fighting your charges. If you are in need of outstanding legal representation, secure your local West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney today.
You should feel confident in the attorney you hire. Our recent successes and reputable standing in the community make the Law Offices of Richard Tendler the obvious choice for your case.
We have experience in a wide range of areas, including the following:
All crimes carry serious charges, such as time in jail, heavy fines, or extensive community service. We are committed to reaching the best possible outcome for whatever you are facing.
If I know I'm guilty, do I still need to hire an attorney?
Yes. Even if you know that you committed the crime you were arrested for, an attorney can prepare a defense to possibly reduce or dismiss your sentence! Without an attorney, it is difficult to combat the legal system on your own.
What is a criminal appeal?
If you were convicted of a crime, you can use a criminal appeal to explain to the court why you believe the trial decision was unjust. An experienced attorney can create a brief, which is then presented before the judges in an effort to have your case dismissed.
Why is expungement so important?
Expungement is a way to clear your criminal history and background so it is removed from your record. Criminal convictions on your record can interfere with employment and credit history. Expungement ensures your records are not viewable to the public.
What happens if I wasn't read my Miranda rights?
Unfortunately, it is not likely that your case will be dismissed if you were not read your Miranda rights. It simply means that any statements you say cannot be used against you at your trial.
Don't wait to pursue legal action against your charges. Call a West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney today!