Protecting Your Rights And Freedoms From Criminal Charges
If a prosecutor can obtain a conviction against you, state and federal criminal charges have the potential to change your entire life in the event that the prosecutors are able to obtain a conviction. Each time you face charges, the consequences that you may experience only increase. You must make sure you are informed about the things you must do to take full advantage of all of the defense strategies available in your case. Most importantly, you should take the time to find an attorney who knows the system and can fight back.
At the Santa Rosa Beach law firm of Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A., we are well-suited to help you fight back. Our lawyer is licensed in all state and federal courts in Florida, and will help you determine how best to minimize the penalties that may be handed down in your case. Time is of the essence, so call 850-909-2225 to begin protecting your rights.
Offering Defense Services Across A Number Of Different Crimes
Whether you are a first-time offender or someone who has been in the system before, your case will hinge on your ability to showcase your side of the story and your attorney’s ability to navigate the legal system. The decisions you make here should not be taken lightly. You need detailed advice about what is best for you.
Our criminal defense attorney has over 25 years of experience defending clients in all matters related to criminal defense charges, such as:
- DUI and traffic violations
- Assault and battery
- Burglary, theft and robbery
- Drug charges, including possession, intent to distribute and manufacturing of methamphetamine (meth), fentanyl, cocaine, OxyContin and other narcotics
- Juvenile offenses, including underage drinking and possession of alcohol by a minor
- Sex offenses
- Public intoxication
- Criminal appeals
Our firm is also well positioned to manage criminal defense cases when they intersect with family law issues. For instance, we are deeply familiar with domestic violence cases. We have a strong understanding of both how to defend your case in court as well as addressing the impact a domestic violence or abuse allegation has on your child custody, alimony and other family law issues.
We know you might be ashamed, embarrassed or scared about what is going to happen to you. It is our job to explain this process so it makes sense to you, and you can feel more confident about what you have to do to protect your future.