The Effect Of A Criminal Conviction Is Far-Reaching — Even For Minor Misdemeanors
Handling criminal defense for individuals charged with a wide range of offenses in Brevard County, Florida
Facing a criminal charge in Florida, even for a relatively minor misdemeanor, is a serious situation that can change the lives of both the person charged and his or her family.
There is the specter of jail time, the costs of fines and other penalties, and the possibility of missing long stretches of work either behind bars or due to probation and community service requirements — not to mention the embarrassment and potential stigma that stems from a criminal record.
That’s why it is crucial that a person charged with a crime immediately seek the advice and counsel of an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can mount a vigorous defense in an effort to get the charges dropped or reduced.
At Goldman, Monaghan, Thakkar & Bettin, P.A., we are here to help.
How Goldman, Monaghan, Thakkar & Bettin, P.A. Can Help You
Our attorneys have decades of combined legal experience helping individuals all throughout Brevard County with a wide range of criminal defense and other legal matters.
We understand what a criminal charge means to the person charged and his or her family.
Our goal is to offer aggressive representation and explore every possible defense, particularly when it comes to violations of search and seizure procedures involving unlawfully obtained evidence that police wish to use against individuals in a court.
Assisting With A Wide Variety Of Criminal Offenses
We know the law and constitutional protections afforded to every citizen and will pursue every possible legal alternative to help our clients stay out of jail.
We often assist with criminal offenses involving:
- Drunk driving offenses, including first, second and subsequent DUI charges
- Traffic offenses, including driving on a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident or reckless driving
- Drug offenses, relating to possession, sale, manufacturing and distribution
- Assault and battery, including those involving domestic violence
Contact Us Immediately At 321-353-7625
If you are facing a criminal charge or have a loved one who has been arrested, reach out to us today.
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