Fort Lauderdale and other parts of Broward County are extremely popular tourist destinations, and some families have looked forward to their Florida vacation all year long. Unfortunately, when unexpected circumstances arise, and an arrest follows, the relaxing / fun vacation you planned is quickly erased. Even though you are not a resident of Florida, you can still be charged with a felony or misdemeanor offense. All of a sudden, the severity of the consequences you could be facing after an arrest becomes the only focus of your attention.
The legal team at our firm may be able to assist you with your criminal or misdemeanor charges in Florida, even if you aren't a resident of the state. Our criminal defense attorneys offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and what can be done about resolving the problem.
We provide defense against these common offenses that occur on vacation, such as:
The firm has helped countless individuals that were arrested while on vacation, and we are available to discuss your case with you and advise you on how to move forward, even after you have left the state.
Obtaining Legal Assistance
If you have been arrested and charged with a crime in Florida, it is crucial that you obtain legal assistance immediately. In many cases, with the help of an attorney, the charges may be dismissed, depending on the details of the case and the evidence against you. You can rest assured that in all cases, your best interests will be of utmost concern, and every effort will be made by the legal team at our firm in the defense of the client, no matter what charge is being faced. A quick and effective resolution to your case will be the goal.
Call Hager & Schwartz, P.A. today for a free consultation!