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Put Over 20 Years of Experience to Work for You
As an experienced trial attorney and former prosecutor, Michael Mirer handles a broad range of criminal offenses and other areas of practice for clients throughout Miami and the surrounding areas in South Florida. Acting as quickly as you can to involve a Miami criminal defense lawyer is highly advisable in the face of any legal matter.
Attempting to deal with these matters on your own can be overwhelming. The truth of the matter is that a legal professional will have the specific knowledge and experience to properly address the matter while protecting your interests.
The Miami defense attorney at Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. offers a free case evaluation at (800) 798-0243 that can help you understand your charges and the legal options that are available to you.
How can the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. help?
Our experienced Miami criminal defense attorney represents clients charged with various offenses and matters.
Other Types of Cases We Can Assist With:
- Criminal Appeals
- Criminal Mischief
- Disorderly Conduct
- Fleeing and Eluding
- Florida Sentencing Enhancements
- Hate Crimes
- Juvenile Offenses
- Obstruction of Justice
- Probation Violations
- Reckless Driving
- Resisting Arrest
- Restraining Orders
Appeals and Post-Conviction Relief
Although you may have already been convicted of a crime in Florida, you still have the option to file a criminal appeal to request a review of the trial by a higher authority. Judges, attorneys, juries and court personnel are all only human. Mistakes may be made, and if the outcome of your case was affected as a result, you may have the right to file an appeal and possibly secure an altered sentence or a retrial in some cases.
After all, a critical legal error may affect the final verdict or may affect the sentence that a defendant faces, and this may affect him or her for the rest of his or her life. Without the right to an appeal, grave injustices may occur.
- A judge may read incorrect instructions to the jury, leading to an altered verdict.
- The jury may convict a defendant when there was actually not enough evidence to support a conviction.
- Critical evidence may have been allowed that should not have been, and vice versa.
If a significant error is found, the appellate court may send your case back for a new trial or may offer you the opportunity at an altered sentence.
Miami criminal defense attorney Michael Mirer can help you through this often complex and difficult matter, protecting your interests and asserting your rights along the way. Contact our firm today!
Filing Criminal Appeals in Miami, Florida
Michael Mirer has over ten years of experience as a trial attorney and is also a former Miami-Dade prosecutor. His thorough and diverse understanding of the Florida criminal process enables our team at the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. to accurately evaluate our clients' cases and provide advice that directly relates to their particular circumstances. Were you the victim of a grave legal error in your trial? Would you like a second chance for justice to be served?
Enlist the Defense of an Experienced Criminal Attorney
If you would like more information regarding any of these or are interested in learning more about your particular legal rights and options in regard to your case, please contact our firm today. Your initial consultation with criminal attorney Michael Mirer is free, and he will take the time to talk to you about what you are going through and how he can help.
Mr. Mirer has over 15 years of experience as a trial attorney to dedicate to your case, and he will be able to guide you through the legal process efficiently and while keeping you well-informed of what's going on.
Contact a Miami criminal appeals lawyer at our firm today to discuss your situation and legal options to pursue justice!