CRIMINAL LAW SPECIALISTS DEFENDING YOUR RIGHTS
Being arrested or charged with a criminal offense can be frightening. If this is the first time you’ve been charged or you’ve been through the court systems before, the process of dealing with the criminal justice system can be intimidating. You are right to have serious concerns, including your freedom, immigration status, applying for a job, etc.
Those found guilty of a serious criminal charge may have their right to own firearms and your ability to vote taken away. That’s why it’s critical you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as you are charged with a crime.
Our lawyers have worked on hundreds of criminal law cases. All our attorneys began their careers in either the Office of the Public Defender or the State Attorney. Building on that experience they have all come to Jordan Law to help look out for our clients and their futures.
It’s likely you have a lot of questions regarding the criminal charge you’re facing. Let us answer the first one right now. Just because you’ve been arrested does NOT mean you are guilty. In fact, under our legal system you are assumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. It is our job to make sure we present the best case to show your innocense and keep your future in tact.
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At Jordan Law, we specialize in defenting a wide variety of criminal offenses including DUIs, drug crimes, white collar crimes, domestic violence, federal crimes, and juvenile offenses. We can also help you avoid some harsher consequences by working to get you Pre-Trial Diversion. If you have past violations we can assisting work to seal or expunge your criminal records from those past offenses and prevent them from following you into the future.
We are here to serve as your legal defense resource. This site is here to provide valuable information about Florida’s criminal laws and the latest information on changes to the legal system and criminal justice matters. If you are facing criminal charges then please let this site be a resource to help you through the legal process. If you are unable to find an answer to your question, plesase feel free to contact us and we will do our best to provide you with the right answer.
Jordan Law, P.A. is an award-winning criminal defense law firm. We promise to provide the best possible representation for your case. Each of our lawyers has handled hundreds of cases and know how to get the best results possible in each and every case.
Misdemeanor offenses are handled by the county court and are usually considered less serious crimes than felony offenses. Misdemeanor offenses include (but are not limited to): driving while license suspended (DWLS), battery, petit theft, possession of marijuana, trespassing, resisting an officer without violence and driving under the influence (DUIs), among others.
Second Degree Misdemeanor: A second-degree misdemeanor is a crime punishable by no more than sixty days in jail, six months of probation, and a $500 fine.
First Degree Misdemeanor: A first-degree misdemeanor is a crime punishable by no more than one year in jail, one-year probation, and a $1,000 fine.
Felony offenses are heard in circuit court and are punishable by the possibility of more than one-year imprisonment. Felony offenses include DUI with injuries, robbery, burglary, possession of cocaine.
Third Degree Felony: A third-degree felony is punishable by up to five years in prison, five years probation, and a $5,000 fine
Second Degree Felony: A second-degree felony is punishable by up to fifteen years in prison, fifteen years probation, and a $10,000 fine.
First Degree Felony: A first-degree felony is punishable by up to thirty years in prison, thirty years probation, and a $10,000 fine.
Life Felony: A life felony is punishable by life in prison without the possibility of parole, or probation for the remainder of your life, and a $15,000 fine.
Capital Felony: A capital felony is punishable by death or life in prison without the possibility of parole.