FORT LAUDERDALE CRIMINAL DEFENSE
When faced with criminal charges it is natural to panic and have numerous questions. Law enforcement might even mislead you with your civil rights. Therefore, it is extremely important to hire a skilled criminal defense attorney to guide you and develop an effective defense strategy on your behalf. You can trust us to protect your constitutional rights and fight for your freedom.
Criminal matters can happen around the clock, but you or your loved one can have some peace knowing that an experienced attorney is available to you. If you are facing charges, give us a call at any time and let us assist you with our years of experience in criminal law that include aggressive defense strategies from a skilled defense attorney that is also a former assistant public defender. Call us and let us fight for your rights.
Criminal Defense Lawyer
Daniel Rosenberg uses his years of experience as a former assistant public defender to help the accused craft and implement their trial strategies. When a person is charged with a misdemeanor or felony in Florida there are a lot of decisions and strategies that need to be examined and should only be handled by an experienced and effective criminal defense lawyer.
One often overlooked advantage that an experienced criminal defense attorney brings to the table is their preparations and communication with the prosecutor. There are times where it is advantageous to communicate with the other side, showing them a bit of your hand and trial strategy can potentially have the charges reduced, dropped, or a plea bargain could be reached. Keep in mind that lawyers whose entire practice is focused solely on criminal defense are in constant communications with the State or Federal lawyers. It is in these dealings that the prosecutors get to know the style and abilities of their opposing counsel. When an experienced criminal defense lawyer goes to the prosecutor with a firm understanding of all of the holes in their case, you have the best chance of having the charges reduced, not filed, or dismissed.
Our office offers a free initial consultation to review your arrest and help determine what we can do for you.