Federal Violent Crime Attorneys in Miami
In 2016, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, there were reports of 5.7 million violent crimes for persons age 12 or older. We can assume that many more violent crimes went unreported.
Deterring violent crimes is at the top of the priority list for the U.S. Government. The United States Attorney’s Office aggressively prosecutes violent crimes, often times seeking substantial prison time. In addition, if you are not a U.S. citizen, a conviction for a violent crime may result in your removal from the United States.
If you were accused of or are under investigation for allegedly committing a violent offense, you need to take action immediately. Reach out to the Miami federal violent crime lawyers at Hubbs Law Firm for aggressive representation.
Call our firm at (305) 570-4802 or contact us online to request a free, confidential consultation. Se habla español.
How Hubbs Law Firm Can Help You
The moment you realize you are charged with or are under investigation for a violent federal crime, you need to contact an experienced and aggressivefederal criminal defense attorney. A good criminal defense attorney will help protect your constitutional rights and assist you in preparing a defense for trial.
Hubbs Law Firm’s attorneys, Erika and E.J. Hubbs, are both former prosecutors. This experience allowed them to gain invaluable trial experience that can help benefit you and your case. In addition, E.J. Hubbs is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar. Less than 1% of attorneys in Florida are Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law.
Our legal team handles all types of violent crimes in Miami and throughout Miami-Dade County, including Hialeah, Pinecrest, Miami Gardens, South Miami, Doral, Kendall, Palmetto Bay, Cutler Bay, Homestead, and anywhere else in the area. Contact Hubbs Law Firm today to immediately speak with one of our attorneys who can evaluate the facts of your case and inform you of any possible defenses.
Types of Federal Violent Crimes
Some examples of federal violent crimes include:
In addition to the charges listed above, the government can impose certain minimum mandatory sentences if a firearm is used in the commission of the offense. Depending on the facts of the case, these firearm enhancements can result in minimum mandatory sentence enhancements from 5 years to life in prison.
Find an Attorney for Federal Violent Crime Charges in Miami
If you were charged with a federal violent crime in Florida, you need legal representation immediately. The government will aggressively try to prosecute you for this allegation—shouldn’t you have the same type of aggressive representation?
At Hubbs Law Firm, we have the experience and expertise to aggressively represent you and your rights. Our goal is to help you secure the most favorable outcome possible in your case. Our Miami federal violent crime attorneys can, depending on the unique circumstances of your particular situation, work to have evidence suppressed, charges reduced or dismissed, or sentencing reduced.
Hubbs Law Firm offers free consultations on all federal criminal cases. Call (305) 570-4802 today to schedule your appointment.
- District Court for the Southern District of Florida – Find information for every court location in the Southern District of Florida, attorney information, judge information, and case information.
- Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) – The FBI is the federal law enforcement agency in charge of enforcing numerous federal crimes including terrorism, counterintelligence, cybercrime, corruption, civil rights violations, organized crime, white collar crime, violent crime, and more.
- United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) – The DEA is the federal law enforcement agency in charge of investigating federal drug crimes in the United States
- United States Marshalls – The United States Marshalls are the law enforcement agency in charge of enforcing orders of federal courts in the United States. This includes providing security in the courtroom and executing fugitive arrest warrants.
- Bureau of Justice Statistics – Find information on statistics for all types of crimes including arrests and convictions