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Arrested? Suspected? Questioned? Know Your Rights

Regardless of whether you have been accused of a crime or arrested for one, you have rights and it is important that you not only know them but fully understand them. Neither an accusation nor an arrest is a conviction. Even after you are arrested you presumed to be innocent of the charges that the State has alleged you committed unless you are proven guilty beyond and to the exclusion of every reasonable doubt. We understand that being arrested is a stressful and frightening time, which is why it is important to have an attorney by your side who is knowledgeable and who is ready to defend you. The Florida criminal defense attorneys at Meldon Law are ready to fight for you, don’t delay in calling them for a free consultation to find out how we can help you.

Every Criminal Charge is a Serious Charge

Regardless of what the arrested for or what you were charged with, every criminal charge is a serious charge and we treat all of them that way. A conviction can carry with it jail or prison time, loss of employment, driver privileges, or your constitutional rights to vote or own a firearm. It is critical to recognize the serious impact a criminal arrest or conviction can have on your life and to take action by calling Meldon Law.

Our Practice Areas

  • Assault / Battery
  • Boating Under the Influence
  • Burglary
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Domestic Violence Battery
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Driving While License Suspended
  • Drug Offenses
  • Probation Violations
  • Sealing and Expungements
  • Theft Crimes
  • Underage Drinking / Fake Id’s
  • Weapons Offenses

Have you been Questioned?

If you haven’t been charged with a criminal offense, but have been questioned by law enforcement or law enforcement wants to question you pertaining to an incident you have the right to have an attorney, though law enforcement may not need to inform you of your Miranda Warnings depending on the scenario you still enjoy the ability to have an attorney present if you wish before speaking with law enforcement. You also have the right not to speak with them and if you are not under arrest or being placed under arrest you have the right to ask if you are free to go and if so, you may leave. Our number one piece of advice is DON’T TALK and call Meldon Law.

The Meldon Law Difference

We strive to stand out from the rest by providing you with the highest quality representation possible. We have a team of attorneys and legal staff that are able to give your case the attention it deserves. Most of our criminal defense lawyers are former prosecutors and combined have tried more than 100 cases, this allows them to see the case from all different angles and understand how the State may approach your case, which let us create the best defense possible for your case. They understand the ins and outs of the criminal justice system and pay attention to the small details, leaving no stone unturned as they defend you. At Meldon Law we will dedicate all the necessary time and resources to help you and help minimize the impact this arrest/charge can have on your life.

Contact our Florida Criminal Defense Attorneys ASAP

Timing is important in any criminal case. The sooner you call our office, the sooner we can begin to build a defense, speak with witnesses and gather mitigation evidence for your case. We will get to work immediately and begin looking into your case to identify any potential issues that may allow us to suppress evidence or arrest legal defenses.

Please do not wait to call the highly experienced Florida criminal defense team at Meldon Law today at 800-373-8000 for a FREE consultation.

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