Fort Myers Lawyers For Defense Against Habitual Offender Charges
In Florida, if you are a habitual offender, you face serious possible consequences. If you are a habitual traffic offender, you can be subject to increased penalties, such as a five-year driver’s license revocation and jail time. If you are a felony habitual offender, you may face enhanced penalties and mandatory minimum sentences. Mandatory minimum sentences are very harsh because the judge has absolutely no discretionary power. He or she must hand down a minimum sentence.
Habitual offender laws are complicated and require the knowledge and skill of a veteran criminal defense lawyer. Do not wait to get an attorney. Contact Aiken & O’Halloran immediately if you are facing habitual offender charges.
Put Our Experience On Your Side Today
At Aiken & O’Halloran, criminal defense attorneys Peter Aiken and Sean O’Halloran represent clients facing enhanced criminal penalties due to habitual offenses. When you put our decades of experience on your side, you begin working with criminal defense attorneys who thoroughly understand habitual offender cases and how these charges could affect your life. We are more than just thorough; we are innovative, and our goal is to preserve your freedom and reputation.
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We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible. For a free initial consultation, please call 239-955-6715 or complete our contact form. Our criminal defense lawyers represent clients throughout Fort Myers and the surrounding areas.