Weapons Offenses Defense Lawyer
Firearm Possession Charges in Broward County
Under Florida law, most firearm offenses are considered a felony offense. Criminal charges involving firearms and other deadly weapons have the potential to be extremely serious. In Broward County or Fort Lauderdale a law enforcement officer may make an arrest if he or she has probable cause that a person is carrying a concealed weapon. For example, carrying a concealed firearm is a third degree felony with a fine up to $5,000 and up to 5 years in state prison.
There are other criminal offenses which may be associated with firearms: aggravated battery, aggravated assault, murder, burglary, robbery, battery on a law enforcement officer, and others. All of these have the potential to be serious offenses. These can result in years or even life in prison if one is convicted. Under Florida's 10-20-Life law, offenders who brandish or discharge a firearm while committing a crime may face mandatory minimum sentences of 10 or 20 years, respectively.
Broward County Weapons Offenses Attorney
With the experience of over 100 trials, criminal defense lawyer, Michael Mirer represents clients throughout Broward County and the Fort Lauderdale areas. Many who have been arrested or are facing charges for any types of firearms offenses have received the excellent legal counsel of Attorney Mirer.
Due to the severity of any one of these offenses, it is vital that you seek out a competent criminal defense attorney right away. With the level of experience, legal knowledge and aggressiveness attorney Michael Mirer brings, you can rest assured that every detail and aspect of your case will be meticulously reviewed and you will be given the best options possible for a favorable defense.
For a free initial consultation, contact criminal defense lawyer Michael Mirer today.
Attorney Mirer knows both sides of the courtroom and can build a defense that fights prosecution tactics.
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