If you face allegations of wrongdoing or require legal representation to speak with law enforcement in Orange City, Florida, we recommend reaching out to our team to learn how we may be able to help.
An Orange City criminal defense lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns will review your case for free and help you understand the challenges you may face if accused of breaking a law in Florida, per Title XLVI of the Florida Statutes.
Enlist Help from a Criminal Defense Lawyer Right Away
One step you can take when speaking with law enforcement about a crime is to enlist the help of a criminal defense attorney. The entire outcome of your encounter with law enforcement could depend on the actions you take as soon as you receive a citation, are arrested, or learn the police want to speak with you.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our criminal defense team serving Orange City may be able to help you in several ways, including:
- Representing you during police questioning.
- Identifying and building a strong defense strategy.
- Negotiating for a reduced charge or sentence.
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we have represented residents from across Central Florida in their criminal court cases for more than 40 years. We know what a strong defense strategy requires and the importance of protecting our clients’ rights.
In addition, our team offers free consultations. We believe it is vital that you understand the risks you face, the applicable laws in your case, and what to expect from the legal process. Call (386) 860-5200 today to get started.
Understanding the Consequences of a Conviction in Orange City
Florida has five classes of felony convictions and two classes of misdemeanor crimes under Florida Statutes §775.081. The penalties of these convictions can vary widely depending on the severity of the crime and the facts of the case. In general, misdemeanors are more minor offenses, while felonies are more serious crimes.
However, even a conviction for a misdemeanor could call for a year in a Volusia County jail and a fine of up to $1,000. These penalties could seriously impact your career and everyday life, so we recommend letting us review your case even if you believe you may be guilty. You never want to enter a plea without a defense strategy in place.
The consequences of a felony conviction are stiffer and could involve significant time in a state or federal prison, including life in prison or the death penalty for the most serious crimes. It can help to have a criminal defense attorney by your side if you are facing a felony charge. The possible penalties associated with a conviction are often overwhelming and you may want some extra support.
We Can Help with All Your Legal Needs
If you need a criminal defense attorney in a court in Orange City, Volusia County, or in a state or federal court, we are here to help. Some of the types of criminal defense cases we handle include the following:
- Attempted Murder
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Battery
- Boating Under the Influence (BUI)
- Child Neglect
- Disorderly Conduct
- Driving While License Suspended
- Failure to Appear
- False Imprisonment
- Grand Theft
- Grand Theft Auto
- Habitual Traffic Offender
- Possession of Marijuana
- Property Damage
- Reckless Driving
- Record Expungement
- Retail Theft
- Violation of Probation
Bogin, Munns & Munns is more than a criminal defense firm. While we can represent you in criminal court, we also offer a full menu of other services and representation. We have attorneys to cover virtually the full spectrum of law in Florida. To learn more about how we can help to protect your rights, call (386) 860-5200 today.
You Have a Right to a Criminal Defense Attorney
Any time the police want to speak with you, or there are other indications you could be accused of involvement in a criminal offense, consider reaching out to an Orange City criminal defense lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns. You have a right to an attorney no matter if:
- The police have asked for a statement from you.
- You have not been named a person of interest.
- The police have not issued a warrant.
- There is a warrant out for your arrest.
- You received a summons, citation, or Notice to Appear.
- You were arrested, and a family member enlists our help.
We can go to work defending your rights and fighting for fair treatment as soon as you sign up for our services. If there is time to do so, we will offer you a complimentary consultation to discuss your circumstances and how our services can help before we take on your case.
Speak with a Member of Our Orange City Criminal Defense Team
An Orange City criminal defense lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can get started on your criminal case today, developing a strategy to defend you in front of law enforcement and the court, as needed. We handle these cases no matter the criminal charges our clients may face.
In addition to our office in Orange City, we have other offices throughout Central Florida, including in Clermont, Cocoa, Daytona, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Leesburg, Melbourne, Ocala, Orlando, St. Cloud, Titusville, and The Villages. Let us take on your criminal defense today. Call (386) 860-5200 now to learn more.