Fort Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer

If you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, it’s important to have an experienced criminal lawyer on your side. At our firm, we have helped countless individuals avoid going to jail and receive reduced sentences for their crimes. We offer free initial consultations so that you can learn about our services and get answers to any questions that arise during this difficult time.

The attorneys at the Fort Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer represent clients throughout Broward County and Miami-Dade County including:

  • Fort Lauderdale Police Department (FLPD)
  • Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO)
  • Miami-Dade Police Department (MPD)

Criminal Investigation

A criminal investigator is a professional who works to solve crimes. They can be found on both sides of the law, investigating cases in which they believe people have been accused or convicted of committing a felony. Criminal investigators often work in conjunction with other police officers and may even be an employee of a private security firm or consulting firm that provides investigative services to its clients.

Criminal investigators typically have training in criminal justice and forensic science, as well as experience with various aspects of law enforcement—including investigations into suspected criminals’ backgrounds (this can include digging up past records), interviewing witnesses and victims, conducting interviews with those under suspicion, processing evidence from crime scenes (DNA swabs) etcetera…

Federal Drug Charges

Federal drug charges are criminal charges that fall under federal jurisdiction, meaning they can be prosecuted in state courts or federal courts. The primary difference between state and federal drug crimes is the sentencing guidelines imposed by each system. In Florida, for example, first-time offenders may face a sentence of probation; second time offenders are usually sentenced to prison terms ranging from one year up to life imprisonment; third time offenders may face life sentences or death penalties depending on their prior convictions and other factors (such as whether they used a weapon).

Federal sentencing guidelines also vary depending on whether you had prior convictions for similar offenses before being charged with this particular crime (and thus qualifying for “Felony Level I” sentencing) versus those who did not have previous convictions but were still considered high-risk defendants based upon their behavior during their trial proceedings against them (and thus qualifying for “Felony Level II” sentences).

Defense Attorney

I will be your advocate. I will stand up for your rights and work hard to get you the best possible outcome in court.

I’ll guide you through the legal process, so you know what to expect and how to prepare yourself before going into court.

Aggravated Assault

Aggravated assault is when someone uses a weapon to cause harm to another person. It’s considered a serious crime and the penalties are severe.

What Are The Consequences Of Aggravated Assault?

Aggravated assault can be charged as a first degree felony if you use a deadly weapon, like a gun or knife, in the commission of this crime against another person. The consequences of aggravated assault are much more serious than simple battery charges because they involve weapons and violence. If convicted on this level of offense, you face up to 15 years in prison on top of any other fines or restitution ordered by judge at sentencing hearing (if applicable).

3rd Degree Felony

3rd degree felony is a felony in Florida. Third degree felonies are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. These offenses include: aggravated assault, aggravated battery, and stalking.

If you have been arrested for any of these offenses it’s important that you contact an experienced criminal lawyer as soon as possible so they can help guide you through the process and ensure that your rights are upheld throughout the entire legal process.

Family Members

Family Members: A battery committed against any individual who is related by blood, marriage or adoption regardless of age may also be considered family violence under Florida Statutes Section 741.24(1) if it involves one of these relationships listed above but does not include any other type listed above including dating partners even though they may be related by blood/marriage/adoption but do not have any other type listed off above them

With over 25 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, I have the knowledge and skills to fight for you. Contact me today!

My name is John H. Bloom, and I have over 25 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney. I have been passionate about protecting the rights of my clients for many years, and I am proud to say that they can trust me to fight for them every step of the way.

Contact me today at 1-800-588-3591 if you need legal assistance with any type of criminal case!

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