Miami, FL – Whether a person is arrested for the first time or facing extensive consequences for a recurring charge, the justice system in Florida can be scary. From unfamiliar surroundings to police procedures, most individuals make legal mistakes without representation, a problem Stroleny Law, P.A. seeks to address. The award-winning criminal law firm promises Attorney Julian Stroleny, a former state prosecutor who handles all clients’ cases and works tirelessly to represent their interests in hearings or trials. As soon as he begins preparing for a defense, he becomes a client’s voice, exploring all possible options available, using a personalized approach, conducting independent investigations, negotiating with prosecutors, and maintaining open lines of communication.
In Florida, a DUI is a misdemeanor and doesn’t qualify as a felony offense since first-time offenders face a maximum of 6-9 months in jail. However, individuals with multiple DUI arrests in the past or due to the injury of another face felony charges. Attorney Julian Stroleny intervenes to answer DUI/BUI questions while offering representation for DUI manslaughter, DUI with injury, DUI on vacation, third DUI within 10 years, underage DUI, and other accusations. He leverages his skills and experience acquired as a former state prosecutor to handle the sealing/expunging of a DUI, challenge Breathalyzer tests, or recommend the Back on Track Program.
Felony crimes like aggravated battery, assault, drug possession/trafficking/sale/cultivation, resisting officer with violence, robbery, battery on law enforcement officers, child abuse, kidnapping, grand theft, burglary, and more result in severe penalties, such as prison time, probation, and hefty fines. Similarly, when people commit an offense like fraud, international crimes, counterfeiting, or asset forfeiture on federal property, they face harsher penalties than state sentencing guidelines. The US Attorney’s Office prosecutes the case following an investigation by the FBI, ATF, DEA, or Secret Service. The Criminal Lawyer Miami believes early preparation is necessary to defend federal charges and skillfully negotiate with the US Attorney’s Office for a plea deal or aggressively defend a client’s right in a court proceeding.
Attorney Julian Stroleny also represents employees, executives, board members, and business owners accused of white-collar crimes, which are non-violent offenses that involve fraud, deception, or misrepresentation to seek something of value. If a child is arrested and charged with a juvenile crime, consequences may arise, affecting their reputation and future school/employment prospects. A juvenile crime defense firm like Stroleny Law, P.A. works to dismiss a child’s charges, seal/expunge their records, or secure other alternative resolutions like special programs/institutions designed for first-time offenders. Additionally, the firm provides defenses for individuals facing hate crimes, homicide, violent crimes, misdemeanors, and more.
Before becoming a Stroleny Law, P.A. defense Attorney, Julian Stroleny gained a detailed understanding of the justice system working in various capacities. Now he works to protect clients’ rights with respect, courtesy, and compassion no matter the allegations they face. Visit their website to learn more, or call (305) 615-1285 to request a free consultation. The firm is at 66 W Flagler Suite 1005, Miami, FL, 33130, US.
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