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Halloween Marks the Beginning Of the Arrest Season In Key West, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach

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The season has begun and we expect arrests to be on the rise in South Florida and our Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach criminal lawyers are ready. We expect student bars and the Gay  bars to be the targets. These have always been the places police watch for DUI.

The Keys , Dade, Broward and Palm Beach are  fun in the sun get arrested counties in Florida with a very active police force and nice big jails with plenty of room for you. So, you are out for the night in Dade, Broward or Palm Beach counties and you get arrested?  Our criminal defense lawyers are ready to help you 24 hrs in: Miami, Key West, South Beach, Coral Gables, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. The blocks with bars and nightclubs are a focus point for police and especally the gay bars.  Believe us, the police know where  you  are and are just waiting for you to get drunk and drive.

We see an increase of arrests with Halloween marking the beginning of the “get arrested” season. We are expecting an increase of DUI arrests, suspended license arrests, club drug arrests like ecstasy, college and school date rape arrests, loitering, drug and paraphenalia, selling steroids on campus, malicious mischief and indecent exposure.  All criminal charges will be on the rise as well as  traffic violations, misdemeanors and felonies. Yes, you are the target.

If you are a college student arrested you have plenty to be concerned about. You may be thrown out of college. A little fun and your career could go down the tubes.

Our 24hr Criminal Defense Line is open now and ready for your call. Your information will be immediately forwarded to a lawyer. Be sure to leave good contact information. Our criminal lawyers will contact family, friends or anyone you would like them to to help you get bonded out of jail, get a bond hearing and begin the negotiation process of your behalf. If you are a first time offender these negotiations are on your side but, we have to get moving fast. Spring Break Arrests will be up as well as general local arrests.

If you have been arrested in Miami, Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach call us first for a criminal lawyer for your criminal defense and DUI defense.

Criminal Lawyers USA Announces Texas Expansion

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Criminal Defense Lawyers USA is expanding in full force to Texas to meet the increased volume of callers we are seeing in Texas.

Abilene,  Amarillo , Austin, Beaumont, Brownsville ,College Station,  Corpus Christi,  Dallas,  Denton,  El Paso,  Fort Worth, Galveston, Houston,  Huntsville , Killeen, Laredo, Lubbock,  Mcallen , Odessa , San Antonio, San Marcos,  Texarkana,  Texoma ,Tyler , Victoria,  Waco ,Wichita

Our Texas Criminal  attorneys will defend all criminal charges and we need more attorneys for:

Criminal defense Lawyers Fort Lauderdale, Broward County

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Fort Lauderdale  Network of Criminal and DUI Defense lawyers.  If you have been arrested for a criminal act or DUI in  Broward countyor feel you will be charged with a crime you will need an experienced Criminal defense Lawyer . Our  criminal attorneys are chosen based on their track record,experience and knowledge of the criminal court system. Your future and freedom is dependent on the criminal lawyer you choose. A criminal record can effect your job, and your future. It is crucial to choose your criminal defense lawyer with confidence by using a criminal lawyer in our Ft Lauderdale  Network.

The criminal court system is different then the civil court system. The attorneys of  our  Ft Lauderdale  Criminal  defense Network are experienced criminal defense lawyers who understand both state an federal criminal court systems. Our attorneys are respected among their peers and criminal court officials. Many have been criminal prosecutors and public defenders in the Florida or Georgia criminal court system.

Understanding Federal Criminal Defense

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Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers .The judicial process in a federal  criminal case is different  from a state case in many ways. At the commencement of a federal criminal case, the principal players are the U.S. attorney (the prosecutor) and the grand jury. The U.S. attorney represents the United States in most court proceedings, including all federal criminal prosecutions. The grand jury will then review evidence presented by the U.S. attorney and decide whether there is substantial evidence to require a defendant to stand trial for their federal criminal charge.

If you are arrested for a federal criminal charge a pretrial services or probation officer of the court will interview you  and conduct an investigation of your  background. This information obtained by the pretrial services or probation office will be used to help a judge decide whether to release you  into the community before trial for your federal criminal charges, and whether or not to determine conditions for your release.

The standard of proof in a criminal trial is “beyond a reasonable doubt,” which means the evidence must be so strong that there is no reasonable doubt that you committed this crime.

At an initial appearance, a judge advises you of the charges filed, considers whether you should be held in jail until trial, and determines whether there is probable cause to believe that a criminal  offense has been committed and that you have has committed it.   Defendants released into the community before trial may be required to comply with certain restrictions . These restrictions may include home confinement or drug testing. You may be asked to make periodic reports to a pretrial services officer to ensure appearance at trial.

Criminal Defense lawyers and Dating Violence

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Arrested? Call Now  Call us first

Dating violence is a pattern of abusive behaviors that one person uses to have control in a relationship with someone else. The abuser uses feelings of fear, humiliation, and degradation to control the other person. Abuse is not limited to physical abuse. Types of abuse include physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, verbal abuse, psychological abuse, spiritual abuse, and financial abuse. Any of these types of abuse can create an unhealthy and/or violent relationship. Victims and abusers can be anybody. Statistically, most victims are women and most abusers are men, but not all. Men can be abused and women can be abusers. Dating violence is also not limited to heterosexual couples. It can happen in both gay and straight relationships.

South Florida Criminal Defense Lawyers

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If You Are Arrested And Need Criminal Defense Call a Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Lawyer Immediately

Be sure to contact a local criminal defense attorney or criminal defense attorney  client connect service   for a criminal defense lawyer in your area.

If you are a law-abiding citizen, your chances of being arrested are slight. It is important, though, that you know “Your Rights If Arrested.” An informed and alert  individual is the best guarantee that your rights will be upheld during a criminal or DUI arrest.Always contact a criminal defense lawyer to protect your legal rights.A criminal defense lawyer is an  attorney who specializes in the defense of individuals and companies charged with criminal conduct.

The basic rights of a citizen under arrest are stated in the Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments of the “Bill of Rights” of the United States Constitution.

  • “No person . . . shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty or property, without due process of law . . .” (Fifth Amendment).
  • “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury . . . and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor; and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.” (Sixth Amendment).
  • “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor shall cruel and unusual punishments be inflicted.” (Eighth Amendment).

Since the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, the states have also had to guarantee these rights. This amendment provides: “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of the citizens of the United States . . .”

Many of the provisions found in the “Bill of Rights” of the U.S. Constitution also appear in the “Bill of Rights” of the Illinois Constitution. The following discussion is based upon both constitutions and upon other laws governing the citizens of this state.

WHO CAN MAKE  A CRIMINAL ARREST:

Any law enforcement officer such as a policeman, sheriff, deputy sheriff or state trooper can make a lawful arrest. The arrest may be made with a warrant or, under certain circumstances, without a warrant. In any circumstance it is important to have an experienced criminal defense attoney on your side.

A warrant is an order describing the person to be arrested and the charge made; it is issued by a magistrate or judge upon the complaint of someone. It directs all law enforcement officers of the state or, in some cases, authorizes a private person by name to arrest the person named in the complaint. The arrested person is to be brought before the Court issuing the warrant or, if that is not possible, before the most accessible Court in the same county.