The Consequences Of Criminal Charges in South Florida

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The Consequences Of Criminal Charges in South Florida

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In a blink of an eye, you can find yourself arrested and behind bars before you can even think of what happened.  Making one bad decision, can affect your entire life.   Being in the wrong place at the wrong time can affect your entire life.  We see it every day in the headlines and hear it in the news every night.

You are at a party having a great time. Some strange guy starts flirting with your lady friend.
You rage with jealousy, lose your temper and in an instant an argument turns physical.  Before you know it, you are in the back of a police car on the way to jail.

You thought “I can handle my alcohol” or “I don’t need to get a taxi”. 
Then you get behind the wheel and before you know it, you have run a light and hit a car full of people.  Suddenly an evening out becomes a vehicular manslaughter charge.

 Your friend asks you for a ride. He tells you that he just has to make a quick stop.
Within minutes of him getting back into the car, police have surrounded your vehicle, place you under arrest and charge you with a crime or as an accessory to a crime.

These are not mere stories we here about on crime shows and in the movies. These are real life stories that have occurred in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade Counties within the past few weeks alone. 

Living life every day, we would never even dream of needing a Criminal Defense Attorney or for that matter having a good, experienced, qualified attorney in your contacts.  However, as you can see, life changes in a second.

At the Ledezma Law Firm our mission is to protect our clients future.  We know the importance of having good legal council.    Our Attorney, Ray Ledezma, will fight for you.  He will explain all the charges you are being faced with and make sure that your rights have been fully protected under the law.