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Many people who are stopped by police have the mistaken belief that if they cooperate, they will be able to talk their way out of criminal charges. However, in my more than 20 years of experience as a former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, I have learned that the more you talk to police without the guidance of a skilled attorney, the more you help to convict yourself. In many police stops, the officer actually doesn't have probable cause to make an arrest until the suspect starts talking or consents to a search.


No one accused or charged with a crime should ever confess or make a statement to police. The United States and Florida Constitution provides you with the right to remain silent and consult with an attorney before being questioned by police. Also, never give the police consent to search your residence, vehicle, or possessions, without a search warrant.


As bad as your case may look to you, there is always something a lawyer can do to help you. Depending on the facts of your case, there are defenses which can result in a dismissal or reduction of charges, or can help minimize the penalties.


At The González Law Firm we handle all criminal cases including:


  • Federal Crimes
  • International Extraditions
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Drug Crimes
  • Sex Crimes
  • Fraud and Theft Crimes
  • Violent Crimes
  • Expungements
  • DUI charges
  • Bail Bonds (Click here for more details)


The decisions you make following a criminal arrest are some of the most important decisions of your life. If you are charged with a crime, don't walk into a court and enter a guilty plea without knowing what the consequences will be. That guilty plea may be permanent, and will follow you the rest of your life. Before you decide, Contact The González Law Firm at 407.674.8888 to schedule an initial free consultation.


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