Procedural Considerations

Broward county lawyers

Avoid Being Harassed by Police Officers

One of the things commonly heard by criminal defense attorneys in Broward County is that police officers harass motorists when they’re pulled over. Many times, an unwanted attitude by Broward Sheriff’s deputies may be avoided by following a few simple rules. Police officers vary in skill First of all, all law enforcement officers are different. …

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Animal Cruelty Defenses

Strengthen Defense by Separating Criminal Jury Trials

A few years ago Florida enacted a statute that made it a crime for a defendant to refuse providing a breath sample in a DUI investigation where it can be proven that he or she had refused in the past. The second refusal charge regularly accompanies an underlying impaired driving charge and can be described …

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Fort Lauderdale defense attorneys

Effect of Prior Criminal History in Criminal Cases

Criminal NCIC Reports are Used by Prosecutors to Determine a Defendant’s Criminal History. Prior arrests and convictions for criminal offenses can come into play in a variety of ways from a defense standpoint according to William Moore, a Criminal Attorney in Broward County. Issues such as bond amount, credibility and criminal offense enhancement need to be …

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Why do criminal lawyers advise against talking to police?

As a rule, criminal lawyers insist that their clients refuse discussing anything with detectives investigating a crime. Criminal Lawyers Never Advise Clients to Speak with Police About a Criminal Investigation Often it is not made clear to an individual that they are a suspect in a criminal investigation. Furthermore, the likelihood that something may be …

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