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West Palm Beach Criminal Defense Attorneys
West Palm Beach Criminal Defense Attorneys

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In Florida, as in most states, almost all criminal offenses are classified into two broad categories – misdemeanors and felonies.
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Criminal Law Legal Terms & Definitions
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, there are many new terms that you will encounter. While we cannot provide all related terms here on this site, we have selected a few of the most important legal terms for you to know.
The list is general in nature and is not intended as legal advice. If there is something you do not understand or do not find here, and you do not have legal counsel to assist you, feel free to contact our law firm.
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The “Bill of Rights” of the United States Constitution details the basic rights of all citizens, not just those under arrest for criminal offenses. The infringement (violations) of these rights can drastically affect the outcome of criminal proceedings, typically in favor of the defendant.
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Michelle Suskauer joins Dimond, Kaplan & Rothstein, expanding its Palm Beach office with Criminal Defense expertise.
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Michelle Suskauer Honored as South Palm Beach FAWL’s “Woman Lawyer of the Year”
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In Florida, as in most states, almost all criminal offenses are classified into two broad categories – misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors and felonies differ in various ways. Misdemeanors are crimes that are usually deemed less serious than felonies, and thus have less severe penalties.
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If you or a loved one has been accused of a probation violation in Florida, don’t wait. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to aggressively fight for your rights. The lawyers of Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., located in West Palm Beach, FL can help. Contact us today.
For many criminal offenses in Florida, state statutes allow the courts to order probation as part, or the entirety of, an offender’s adjudicated sentence. When a court decides on the option of probation, a person convicted of a crime gets the chance to remain in the community instead of going to prison.
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Having a criminal record in Florida can be an impediment to an individual when looking for a job, applying for credit, renting a home or apartment, or otherwise being the subject of a personal background check. Even having an arrest record can prevent an otherwise qualified and capable person from attaining a position of full equality in our society. Regardless of the circumstances, being arrested for any reason –whether or not there was ever an admission or finding of guilt- still carries a stigma that can penalize its bearer both in subtle and not so subtle ways.
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Today, it is apparent that computers and the internet are an indelible part of contemporary life. So, it shouldn’t surprise anyone how often these new inventions are used to commit crimes. Indeed, in the modern “information age,” computer crime now plays a significant role in the growth of illegal activities, and as a result has fostered a concomitant increase in the number of new laws promulgated to punish those who abuse and misuse this new technology.
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Being accused of or arrested for a federal crime is a very serious matter. Federal offenses are distinguishable by the fact that the activity has been criminalized by the U.S. Congress, rather than the individual states. You may be investigated by the FBI, DEA, IRS, or any number of Federal agencies. The laws and process with federal offenses are complicated and challenging, and it is in the best interest of the accused to obtain legal representation from a criminal defense attorney with experience in Federal Court.
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