Your Criminal Defense Attorney, Located in Hernando County, Florida
The attorneys of Morris Law Group, located in Brooksville, Hernando County, Florida, are Dedicated to vigorously defending our client’s constitutional rights. We provide Aggressive Criminal Defense no matter the allegations against you or your loved ones.
It is the burden of the state to prove every element of the crime you have been charged with beyond and to the exclusion of every reasonable doubt.
With an experienced defense attorney on your side, you ensure that the government is forced to prove each element of the crime you are accused of. The outcome of your case usually depends on the experience and efforts of your attorney.
The Morris Law Group aggressively represents clients regarding the following criminal defense matters:
Driving DUI and DWI:
A drunk driving conviction in Florida is an incredibly serious matter. Even first-time offenders face jail time, driver’s license suspension, and considerable fines.
Boating BUI and BWI:
Boating is a fun family or recreational activity. Unfortunately, many people do not realize the severity of BUI charges and the dangerous legal situation you face if you are arrested and charged.
Driving Without License:
If you have been accused of driving without a license, it is crucial to understand the severity of the penalties you face. They can be harsh. With an experienced attorney, you can fight the charges and protect your interests.
Drug crime convictions can show up on a person’s criminal record and negatively impact their career, education, and housing opportunities. This is why it is very important to retain a skilled Florida drug crime attorney.
Domestic violence is physical violence, threatened violence, and abuse that occurs within various types of relationships. Regardless of the charge, you need to hire an experienced domestic violence defense attorney immediately.
When you suffer abuse or have been accused of domestic violence, it is important to consult with an experienced domestic violence attorney who can protect your rights.
Theft and Fraud:
Whether fair or not, a conviction for theft or fraud creates an impression that you are dishonest and untrustworthy.
Violation of Probation:
When a defendant is placed on probation in Florida, he or she must abide by specific terms in order to avoid imprisonment and further penalties.
Assault and Battery:
A few harsh words can lead to a misunderstanding, and an altercation can lead to assault charges. Whether the alleged crime occurred in the home, workplace, or a bar, there are a lot of factors to consider when gathering evidence in an assault case.
In an attempt to rid the streets of weapons and the types of crimes which are often associated with guns and other dangerous weapons, law enforcement, and prosecutors aggressively seek to obtain weapons charge convictions.
No one wants to live with the lifelong stigma of a sex crime conviction. From jail time and the damage to your reputation to having to register as a sex offender, there are serious potential consequences.
Bail and Bond Hearings:
The purpose of bail is to give an arrested person her freedom until she is convicted of a crime, and the amount of bail must be no more than is reasonably necessary to keep her from fleeing before a case is over.
Florida courts and law enforcement agencies take warrants seriously and will seek you out and arrest you if you do not appear for a mandatory court appearance, if you violate parole, or if you fail to fulfill your court-ordered sentencing.
Hit and run:
The Police Department maintains a hit-and-run detail because many accidents involve drivers who, for whatever reason, leave the scene before a complete investigation occurs.
Morris Law Group Traffic Violation lawyers specialize in the field of traffic laws and violations of traffic laws. From minor parking meter citations to major speeding tickets and DUI cases, our traffic lawyers are dedicated to aggressive representation of your legal rights in court.
Were you properly arrested? When you are stopped and arrested, certain procedures must be followed. The police cannot stop you without a valid reason and they must have probable cause to arrest you. Searches of you and your property must follow specific guidelines.
Is the police report accurate? The police report is one person’s interpretation of events. It might contain omissions and biases. There may also be inconsistencies and prejudices in statements made by others. Statements you may have made to the police may have been unlawfully obtained.
Know your legal rights! Our constitution guarantees each of us certain rights when the government accuses anyone of violating the law.
Did you know that you have the right to….Plead not guilty…a speedy trial before a jury of your peers…review all the evidence the state plans to use against you… cross-examine all witnesses the government will use against you…legal representation to contest the charges.
It is our firm belief that a person is innocent until proven guilty.