BROWARD COUNTY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
If you are charged with a felony crime in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach County, you need a serious criminal defense attorney on your side. Felonies carry much greater potential punishment than misdemeanor crimes and are potentially detrimental to a future career. With over 15 years’ experience handling felony crimes, David Williams can fight to keep your record clean.
BROWARD COUNTY FELONY LAWYER
David Williams handles first (30 year maximum prison sentence), second (15 year maximum prison sentence), and third (5 year maximum prison sentence) degree felony cases in Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. After you are arrested for a felony crime, it is prudent to retain an attorney immediately. This is because a criminal defense attorney can be effective as an advocate even before a felony charge is formally filed in court. David Williams may be able to contact the case filing division of the State Attorney’s Office and negotiate to have some or all of the charges reduced or dropped before they even get to court. An experienced criminal defense attorney can also in some cases reduce bond significantly, which can mean the difference between staying in jail and being released.
CONTACT A BROWARD COUNTY FELONY ATTORNEY
A felony conviction is a stigma both personally and with regard to someone’s future. If you are charged with a felony, David Williams, criminal defense lawyer, will work to keep you from being convicted. Call now to discuss your felony case with the attorney. David Williams will meet with you and provide answers to your questions about what it means to be charged with a particular felony crime. He will discuss with you the possible punishments for your crime and the strengths and weaknesses of each charge. Florida law is very complex and is constantly changing. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to defend you for your felony charge in Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach County. Call David Williams now at 954.522.9997 to schedule a free consultation.
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