WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF TRIAL EXPERIENCE AND RECONGITION AS A TOP 100 TRIAL LAWYER, ATTORNEY MICHAEL MIRER KNOWS HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY CHALLENGE COMMON PROSECUTOR TACTICS AND PROTECT YOUR FREEDOM.
Criminal Attorney Michael Mirer is a former Miami-Dade Prosecutor with over 20 years of experience as a trial attorney. Along with our knowledgeable legal team, Attorney Mirer provides the aggressive criminal defense representation you need and deserve to challenge your charges in Miami, Florida.
We handle virtually every type of criminal offense that a person may be accused of in State, Federal, or Juvenile Court. When you work with a Miami criminal lawyer from our office, we will use all of our knowledge and resources in the fight to protect your Constitutional rights and interests to the fullest extent of the law.
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What Are the Most Common Punishments for Crimes in Miami?
If you have been charged with a crime in the Miami area, you are likely facing fines and jail time. Fines and imprisonment are the most common punishments for crimes in the United States, but you can also lose important rights – like the right to privacy or the right to bear arms.
Attorney Michael Mirer not only aims to help clients avoid punishments whenever possible, but he also seeks alternative forms of punishment that focus on rehabilitation (when dismissing a case is not possible). If you have been charged with a DUI, for example, Mr. Mirer will try his best to get your charges thrown out. If this approach is unsuccessful, he can also help you avoid fines and jail time by focusing on rehabilitative justice and having you attend a court-ordered alcohol treatment program instead of serving a sentence in jail or prison.
Our Miami criminal defense lawyer focuses on finding the best outcome in every case. As a former prosecutor, Mr. Mirer is familiar with all types of punishment that appear in the criminal justice system, and he can help you navigate them. Protecting clients is our number one priority.
Do I Need a Criminal Attorney in Miami-Dade County?
You have the right to an attorney for a reason. With a criminal defense attorney by your side, you will be better equipped to navigate the legal system and fight the charges against you. If you have been accused of a crime, your future and your freedom are at stake. For this reason, we strongly urge you to hire an experienced Miami criminal law attorney near you.
Will My Case Go to Trial?
Anyone who is accused of a crime has the right to a trial by jury. You may need to go to trial to tell your side of the story, but criminal defense lawyers often resolve cases outside of court. No matter what, you are innocent until you are proven guilty.
Before we defend your rights in court, we will question the prosecution’s evidence and identify all the options you have for resolving your case. Our criminal defense attorney in Miami can help you get your charges dismissed, negotiate a plea deal, or defend your innocence in court. Mr. Mirer will give you relevant legal advice so you can make the best possible decisions for your unique case.
What Is a Misdemeanor?
A misdemeanor is considered a less serious offense than a felony. The penalties for a misdemeanor charge are also not as severe as a felony charge. In Florida, a person can be charged with either a first-degree or second-degree misdemeanor. Additionally, some offenses that are commonly misdemeanors can be elevated to felonies depending on the circumstances of the case and prior convictions.
Types of Misdemeanors in Florida:
- Disorderly Conduct
- Damage to Property (less than $1000 in value)
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- First or Second DUI Offense
- Shoplifting (less than $300 in value)
- Violating a Restraining Order
- Petty Theft (without priors)
What Is a Felony?
A felony is considered a more serious offense that carries harsher penalties than a misdemeanor. Florida has different classes of felonies depending on the severity of the crime, which are third-degree felony, second-degree felony, first-degree felony, life felony, and capital felony.
Types of Felonies in Florida:
- Aggravated Assault
- Grand Theft
- Drug Trafficking
- Multiple DUIs
- Child Abuse
- Drug Trafficking
CHOOSE THE LAW OFFICE OF MICHAEL MIRER, P.A.
Attorney Michael Mirer has extensive trial and courtroom experience, which includes over 100 trials. As a successful criminal defense lawyer with experience as a former Assistant State Attorney and former prosecutor, he has the background and knowledge necessary to give you the dedicated and effective legal counsel you deserve in Miami, FL.
Prior to entering his own private practice, Mr. Mirer was an Assistant State Attorney for Miami-Dade County, where he prosecuted all levels and types of crimes, and was ultimately appointed to the Career Criminal Robbery Unit.
From DUI charges to violent offenses to drug charges to crimes related to theft, there is no case too large or too small for our Miami criminal defense team to handle. If you are interested in obtaining an aggressive defense for your criminal case in South Florida, do not hesitate to involve a member of this team.