Andrew D. Stine, P.A. - Florida Criminal Defence Attorney
Since 1992, the likelihood of an arrest leading to a conviction has generally risen. Although some defendants think that they can "beat the system" on their own, having an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side is the best way to prevent becoming another statistic.
If you are accused of a crime, your freedom, your family, your reputation, your immigration status, and your job may be at stake. The outcome you receive in the criminal justice system depends upon the experience and knowledge of the defense attorney you choose to represent you.
When you retain the law firm of Andrew D. Stine, P.A., you do not simply retain a nationally recognized criminal defense lawyer. You retain a criminal defense team who has worked together for years and successfully represented clients in virtually every type of criminal case, including:
Animal cruelty, such as dog fighting, cock fighting and abandonment
Drug crimes, such as drug trafficking and Oxycodone offenses
Fraud, such as mortgage fraud, insider trading and mail fraud
Traffic offenses, such as DUI
Violent crimes, such as domestic violence and battery
Contact our firm to discuss your case in a confidential consultation.
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An arrest is not the be-all, end-all of a criminal case. What matters is how the case is resolved. Being proactive after your arrest can often make the difference between whether you are facing felony or misdemeanor charges, or whether any charges are filed against you at all.
At the law firm of Andrew D. Stine, P.A., we have an exceptional track record of getting many criminal charges dismissed. We are also experienced in clearing arrest records through the expungement process. If your record has been cleared and you are asked on a job application or apartment lease if you have been charged with a crime, you can confidently answer, "no."
Protecting Your Immigration Status
If you are an immigrant charged with a crime, it's important for you and your lawyer to understand that a suspended sentence or withhold is considered a conviction by the U.S. government and could result in your deportation. At the law offices of Andrew D. Stine, we will combat your criminal charges and seek to have your case dismissed (nolle prossed) so it won't damage your immigration status.
Free consultation 24/7: Call West Palm Beach criminal defense lawyer Andrew D. Stine, P.A. at (561) 832-1170. Se habla español.