No matter what crime you face charges for – be it a misdemeanor or a felony, a speeding ticket, a burglary, or virtually anything in between – an attorney can be there to help protect your rights during your legal proceedings. If you choose to retain a Leesburg criminal defense lawyer through our firm at Bogin, Munns & Munns, we will take the time to review your case carefully. This means using all the legal knowledge available to us to determine the best course of action for your defense.
Ultimately, our team of attorneys will work to gather evidence on your behalf, in order to uncover the truth behind the accusations. After all, if the criminal justice system does not work for one person, it does not work for any of us.
To get started, let our team know more about your case. Contact a Bogin, Munns & Munns representative today for your consultation and case review.
Criminal Justice in Leesburg
According to county and municipal data published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Leesburg Police Department recorded approximately 1,400 crimes in 2018. This means the city reported nearly 6,000 crimes per 100,000 people that year. These statistics show that the city is only safer than 2% of other U.S. cities – showing just how prevalent crime is in the area.
These high numbers mean that jails may experience overcrowding, and the legal system itself is likely overburdened with cases. For individuals left with no other choice but to work with public defenders, their sole legal representation is likely to be overrun with more cases than they can handle.
All this can add up to defendants not getting the justice they rightfully deserve. Here at Bogin, Munns & Munns, we soundly believe that every person deserves the right to proper legal counsel in our country, especially when they may be facing the possibility of years behind bars.
To consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer serving Leesburg, call 855-686-6752
Criminal Charges Represented by Our Attorneys
Our attorneys at Bogin, Munns & Munns defend our clients against more than two dozen types of criminal charges, ranging from disorderly conduct to manslaughter to probation violations and more. In doing so, we hope to represent clients from all walks of life as they fight to clear their name and move on to a better tomorrow.
Other criminal charges we defend against can include, but may not be limited to the following:
- False Imprisonment
- Grand Theft
- Grand Theft Auto
- Failure to Appear
- Possession of Marijuana
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Battery
- Driving While License Suspended
- Property Damage
- Reckless Driving
- Boating Under the Influence (BUI)
- Child Neglect
- Habitual Traffic Offender
- Retail Theft
- And more
If you have faced charges for a crime that you do not see on the aforementioned list, a Leesburg criminal defense lawyer at Bogin, Munns & Munns may still be able to take your case. Over the past four decades, this legal team has grown to encompass more than 30 attorneys working in virtually every field of law imaginable.
As such, there is a good chance we have worked with a client facing the same legal hurdles as you. Through our knowledge of state laws in Florida and the precedents set before your case, we will work to defend your case to the best of our abilities.
The sooner you call, the sooner we can get started examining your legal options. For a case review and consultation, contact a Bogin, Munns & Munns representative today.
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Florida Statutes Related to Common Criminal Charges
Some of the common charges seen in our court system include offenses like assault, robbery, driving under the influence, and burglary. As with all states, Florida has unique laws pertaining to these offenses, including the legal definition of the offense and the accompanying punishments associated with it. Some of these statutes include:
- Florida Statutes §784.011. This defines assault and battery as a deliberate threat, either verbal or physical, to commit violence against another person. This act is compounded by the offender’s ability to carry out the threat, establishing a justified fear in the victim that a violent act is imminent.
- Florida Statutes §812.13. This defines robbery as taking money or other property from another person’s possession, with the intent to permanently or temporarily deprive the owner. If the offender has a firearm or other deadly weapon during the robbery, then it becomes a first-degree felony.
- Florida Statutes §193. This defines driving under the influence as a person driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcoholic beverages, as well as any chemical substance set forth in previous legislation. The offender’s facilities are legally impaired when he or she has a blood-alcohol content (BAC) level of 0.08 or more.
- Florida Statutes §02. This defines burglaries committed after July 1, 2001 as entering a structure or dwelling with the intention of committing a crime, unless the property is open to the public or the defendant has an invitation or license to enter.
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Criminal Defense Lawyers Defending Clients in Leesburg Against Injustice
A Bogin, Munns & Munns attorney can work to defend you within the bounds of local, state, and federal law.
If you are facing criminal charges, get started on building your defense today. To initiate your consultation, contact a Bogin, Munns & Munns representative.