Serving Clients charged with serious violent crimes in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, Martin and Monroe counties
If you are suspected of committing murder or manslaughter in South Florida, you need legal representation, even if you haven't been formally charged.
Here's why: everything you say, anything you do, will be scrutinized by law enforcement and could be used against you. Don't make their job easier, retain competent counsel to protect yourself and your constitutional rights.Hire Whittel & Melton Criminal Defense Attorneys to Contact the Prosecutor Before Charges Are Filed
For anyone facing felony criminal charges, it is important to remember that the State Attorney's Office can take as many as 21 days to make a filing decision after arrest. Having an experienced South Florida Criminal Law Defense Attorney early in your case allows you to have representation during this charging period. Our South Florida Murder and Manslaughter attorneys are former South Florida prosecutors who will not only work to ensure you are able to receive a bond so you can fight these allegations out of custody, will be able to meet with prosecutors, arguing your case with them-- many times resulting in less serious charges being filed or in certain circumstances, preventing charges from being filed at all.
With an attorney from Whittel & Melton on your side, you have much a better chance of obtaining the result that will not become a life-defining event.Seasoned Florida Criminal Trial Lawyers | Serving clients in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami
If you are charged with homicide, our attorneys are zealous courtroom advocates, with over 50 years of collective criminal trial experience. We know how to best present your case to the jury and how to keep the most damning evidence out of the courtroom.
This can be a difficult time. If you or a loved one has been charged with a homicide in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, Monroe, Broward or Miami-Dade County, we are here to help you understand the process and your rights.
Call us today for a free consultation. Local (561) 367-8777 or statewide, toll-free: (866) 608-5529.
Remember, BE VERY CAREFUL when or if you contact any state or government agency. Be aware that any conversation may well be recorded and or reported on for future prosecutorial use.