Robbery/Burglary Charges in Miami, Florida
Miami Criminal Lawyer Michael Mirer
Burglary and robbery are two serious criminal offenses that are related to theft but are considered violent crimes due to the manner in which they are committed. Robbery involves theft by force or threat. For example, a perpetrator who threatens injury to a person unless he or she surrenders personal property, a car, etc. would have committed robbery. Burglary is a slightly different offense that involves unlawfully entering another's property with the intention of committing a crime (most often theft.)
Miami, Florida criminal lawyer Michael Mirer can help if you or someone you know has been accused of, arrested for or charged with burglary or robbery in South Florida. Acting quickly and involving a lawyer such as Mr. Mirer is of the utmost importance in these cases, particularly due to the harsh penalties you may face if convicted. If you were in possession of a firearm at the time of the offense or have been accused of brandishing or discharging the weapon in the commission of a burglary or robbery, you may face a mandatory minimum of 10 or 20 years in prison under Florida's 10-20-Life law. You will need the best legal representation you can get to have the greatest opportunity of avoiding these penalties.
Free Consultation for your Miami Burglary or Robbery Charges
As a skilled Miami criminal defense attorney, Michael Mirer represents juveniles and adults in the face of burglary and robbery charges. No matter the particular circumstances of your case and charges and regardless of the evidence law enforcement or the District Attorney may have said they have against you, Mr. Mirer has the experience and knowledge to accurately assess the situation and provide you with the guidance and advice you deserve.
For a free consultation regarding your case, contact Miami criminal lawyer Michael Mirer today.