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Criminal Defense

When you’ve been arrested for a crime, the protection of your legal rights and the mounting of a good defense are top priorities. The earlier you involve an attorney in the legal process, the better chance you have of getting out in front of the charges against you. By working with a skilled, dedicated criminal defense attorney from the moment of your arrest, you will have someone to guide you through the stressful, and sometimes confusing, legal process, potentially avoiding a trial and a conviction.

Felony and Misdemeanor Charges

Though criminal charges range in severity, all criminal convictions have the ability to affect your current life and your future. Along with the immediate penalties that come with a criminal conviction, which may include fines and jail time, there are longer-term consequences that many individuals can’t see upfront. While staying out of jail and limiting the fines you have to pay is important to your immediate situation, avoiding a conviction and keeping criminal charges, such as DUIs, drug possession, and assault, off your record is key to preventing long-term consequences.

The Price of a Criminal Conviction

Conviction for a crime, whether it’s a misdemeanor or felony, goes on your record. Since many companies, schools, and rental companies run criminal background checks prior to offering an individual employment, admission, or residency, a conviction may prevent you from getting the job you want, getting into the school you want to attend, or qualifying for an apartment or housing community. Keeping a conviction off your record ensures that you have the freedom to live your future on your own terms, and not have it limited by a past mistake.

Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney

The key to keeping a criminal arrest from turning into a criminal conviction is mounting a strong defense from the very beginning. An experienced defense attorney knows the ins and outs of the criminal court system, what it takes to negotiate with the prosecutors in pretrial motions, and how to argue a defendant’s case in the criminal court.

Martin L. Roth is a criminal defense attorney based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida who has dedicated his career to defending those charged with crimes and the protection of his clients’ rights for nearly forty years. He has defended clients in both state and federal court systems, and represents clients against felony and misdemeanor charges on a nationwide basis.


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