You Can And Should Fight Shoplifting Charges
Central Florida draws tourists from around America and from all over the world. For some who visit here misunderstandings or mistakes can lead to criminal charges for shoplifting.
If you or your child has been charged with shoplifting, your vacation may be turning into a nightmare. From dealing with the police to understanding exactly what your legal obligations are, most people simply want to secure the most efficient resolution to the situation. They want to be able to go home and leave the situation behind them.
Strong Local Representation
We can help you present a strong defense against shoplifting charges. We can also help make the process as painless as possible. That includes being able to return home. We know the local courts, how they work and what defenses are effective against shoplifting charges.
By presenting an effective defense, we can help people maintain a clean criminal record. This can be especially important for young people who may be pursuing higher education as well as professionals who need to maintain a license to practice.
Board-Certified Criminal Defense Against Shoplifting Charges
At Lindsey & Ferry, P.A., our firm knows the challenges that a shoplifting arrest can create immediately and in the long term. We offer defense representation that has the skills and experience to be able to help you address all of your needs, including being able to return home if you are not from the area, and avoiding conviction and a criminal record.
Attorney Warren Lindsey is board-certified in criminal law by the Florida Bar. For 37 years he has been defending people against criminal charges in Central Florida. He has received an *AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2014.
Shoplifting Defense In The Orlando Area And Central Florida
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