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Potential Florida Criminal Penalties
Depending on the type of crime committed, whether it is a minor infraction, a misdemeanor, or felony, certain penalties are involved. These penalties could include significant fines, jail or incarceration, probation, and court-ordered rehabilitation or community service.
These are the possible penalties for a first-degree misdemeanor (Fla. Stat. §§ 775.082, 775.083):
- Fine up to $1000
- Up to 1 year in jail
These are an example of penalties for a felony in the first degree (Fla. Stat. §§ 775.082, 775.083):
- Fine up to $10, 000
- Imprisonment up to 30 years
Innocent Until Proven Guilty
Remember that just because you are arrested, it does not automatically mean you will be held culpable for a crime. The evidence recovered must demonstrate that you were responsible for the actions.
Having a skilled attorney take the reins on your case can work to disprove any prosecutor arguments. We are AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, with Attorney Ali being selected as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer and National Trial Lawyers:Top 40 Under 40.
Free Consultation Offered
In some cases, an arrest is made with insufficient or unreliable evidence. There may be weaknesses in the evidence that we can use in your favor. Our firm can utilize this to your advantage and help you get your case dropped or dismissed.
Aggressive, immediate action against the prosecution is vital to reducing the charges or avoid a conviction and its consequences altogether. We offer free initial case consultations.
Be sure to contact an Orlando criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible after you have been arrested.