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Fort Lauderdale Robbery Defense Lawyers

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Burglary and robbery charges are extremely serious, even if no one was injured during the offense. These charges are felonies, and a conviction can have a serious impact on your future and your freedom. If you or a family member has been arrested on suspicion of burglary or robbery, it is important that you call us to find out how you can protect your rights afforded under the law.

Gilman & Associates, P.A., provides experienced criminal defense representation to adults and juveniles in Florida. Our lawyers can defend you against any theft crime charges, including burglary and robbery. We can also provide representation before charges are filed and attempt to get the charges reduced or dismissed. If charges are ultimately filed, we have the experience to represent you through trial and fight for you in court.

In some cases, we can prevent charges from being filed. Call us as soon as you are arrested or first come into contact with law enforcement and we can intervene on your behalf with the state attorney's office. Please call our office at 954-763-3453 or 954-763-3453 to schedule a consultation with our Fort Lauderdale robbery defense attorneys.

Aggressive Defense Against Severe Penalties

Burglary is a first-degree felony when the offender assaults anyone or is armed with a dangerous weapon during commission of the crime. Robbery is a theft crime that involves taking property by force or threat of force. If a weapon is used or possessed during the robbery, it will be a charged as a first-degree felony. In burglary and robbery cases, the penalties will be increased if a victim was injured or killed.

Conviction of a first-degree felony such as burglary or robbery can result in a prison sentence. There are numerous defenses available to you in burglary or robbery cases. We will vigorously explore any and all defenses that can be used to your advantage.

Using or possessing a firearm while committing certain felonies can mean additional penalties under Florida's 10-20-Life law. Under this law, mandatory prison sentences apply, including an additional 10 years for possessing a firearm, 20 years for firing a firearm, or 25 years to life in prison for discharging a firearm and injuring/killing someone.

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Gilman & Associates, P.A.

400 SE 9th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Tel: 954-763-3453
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