Frequently Asked Questions About Armed Robbery Defense
In Florida, armed robbery is a first-degree felony. What this means is that individuals charged with such crimes face up to 30 years in prison (and, in many cases, a minimum of 10 years) and $10,000 in fines. Given the stakes involved, it is important to hire an attorney who has a great deal of experience – and a great deal of success – fighting robbery charges and protecting individuals’ rights and reputations.
The attorneys at The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen & Associates can help. Our firm has provided aggressive and effective criminal defense representation to individuals in Orlando and throughout Florida for more than three decades. We have tried more than 200 cases before juries, and know how to leverage witnesses and evidence to our clients’ advantage.
When your future is on the line, don’t gamble. Our lawyers can maximize your chances of success.
Former Prosecutors Know How To Prepare The Strongest Defense
Our firm includes principal attorneys who are former state prosecutors. We made our living pursuing criminal offenders in court. As such, we understand exactly how the state approaches armed robbery matters. We know what penalties prosecutors will seek, and we know what tactics they will use during trial to attain them.
Likewise, we know how to find weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. Our lawyers are rigorous in their efforts to assemble the strongest possible defense. We examine every aspect of the charges our clients face, from the initial arrest on through any subsequent court filings and related motions. If a mistake has been made at any point, we will find it and seek to have the charges against you reduced – and, when possible, dismissed entirely.
Moreover, we are skilled in courtroom proceedings. Our lawyers are skilled in examining and cross-examining witnesses to best support your case. We know how to challenge evidence, even when it seems foolproof.
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The outcome of your case will affect the rest of your life. Choosing the right attorney is the most important decision you’ll make. It’s essential not to leave matters to chance.