Criminal Defense Attorney Miami Fort Lauderdale Palm Beach Florida. At the Law Offices of Evan M. Kleiman, P.A., I understand that an individual who has been arrested needs help immediately. They can be overwhelmed with the judicial process the moment they enter it. That is the reason I am available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, weekends and holidays included. Call me on my cell phone (954) 804-1940. If you are not sleeping then neither am I. I am here to protect your rights.
At the Law Offices of Evan M. Kleiman, P.A., we understand that an arrest can be extremely overwhelming – even for a misdemeanor offense. Even an interrogation or investigation can be frightening, especially when you don’t know the full extent of your rights. At any moment, an investigation can turn south for a suspect. There are times when new evidence is presented that leads to new suspects being questioned, and there are other times when police accuse the wrong individual of committing or assisting with the crime. Evan Kleiman knows exactly how to handle each type of case, and will protect your rights. If there is little or no evidence linking you to the crime in question, rest assured Mr. Kleiman will not rest until your charges are reduced or dropped altogether. Turn to the Law Office of Evan M. Kleiman, P.A. today to obtain the assistance you need to beat your criminal case.
Superior Legal Representation for Criminal Offenses in South Florida There are several different types of crimes which can lead to a wide range of consequences. However, even a petty crime conviction can lead to serious penalties, including expensive fines, the loss of a driver’s license, many hours of community service, and worst of all, imprisonment or jail. A felony conviction will also lead to the revocation of certain civil rights, like voting, the right to own or possess a firearm, the right to hold public office, the right to sit on a jury and possible loss of professional licenses. The level of punishment assessed depends on the severity of the crime, but without the help of a skilled criminal defense attorney, the maximum penalty may be assessed.