Can You Get Bail For A Domestic Violence Charge?

As domestic violence in Florida is a very serious crime, you can't get released immediately by simply paying the bail amount.

How Florida Domestic Violence Offenders Can Avoid Jail Time

Florida domestic violence is a serious offense that can result in one year in jail. Thankfully, there are steps that you can take to avoid jail.

What to Do if Facing a Domestic Violence Charge in Florida?

Anyone facing a domestic violence charge in Florida needs to know that their future is in jeopardy. Domestic violence crimes can occur in just a few seconds but hang over both the accused and the alleged victim for the rest of their lives.

Getting a Criminal Defense Attorney to Handle Your Case

Getting a criminal defense attorney to handle your case may be the difference between a hopeful future and one with a criminal record.

How Much Does a Criminal Defense Lawyer Charge?

The cost of hiring a criminal defense lawyer is important to every one of my criminal defense clients.

Lifting a No Contact Order After an Arrest for Domestic Battery

The purpose of this article is to address lifting the no contact order after a domestic battery arrest.

Arrested in St. Petersburg? What Happens Next?

This article has been written as a guide for navigating the criminal justice system in St. Petersburg. It will address what you can expect regardless of whether your charge is a misdemeanor or a felony.

Self Defense in Pinellas County, Florida

The law on self defense applies to both misdemeanors and felonies. It is considered to be an affirmative defense to the charge.

Should You Get a Criminal Lawyer Even When the Victim Does Not Want to Prosecute?

Clients ask me all the time whether they should hire a criminal defense lawyer in cases where the victim does not want to prosecute. The answer is that it depends on the situation, your criminal record, whether there are injuries, and whether there are witnesses.

Guide to Pinellas County Aggravated Battery Charges

In Pinellas County, Florida, aggravated battery is a serious crime and is defined as the intentional touching of another with the intent to cause great bodily harm or to use a deadly weapon.