At Delgado & Romanik, our attorneys for violent crimes are skilled at handling these challenging cases and can help you fully understand your rights under the law. We provide comprehensive violent crime and criminal defense representation to clients throughout Central Florida. We have offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand.
In Florida, the crime of assault is said to have occurred when one person places another in imminent fear of bodily harm. No physical contact needs to take place for you to be charged with assault. Battery, on the other hand, involves physical contact. In many cases, individuals are charged with both assault and battery.
Criminal charges of false imprisonment or abduction often come along with other types of criminal charges such as domestic violence, battery or assault. You may have been in violation of a restraining order and circumstances escalated to the point of charges of false imprisonment or abduction.
In a relationship, passions can run high and sometimes a situation gets out of hand. An accusation of domestic battery or assault can greatly disrupt your life and harm your reputation. A conviction can result in jail time, and it could prevent you from seeing your children after your release. If you are accused of or charged with domestic violence, it is important to work with an experienced, proven defense attorney.
At Delgado & Romanik, our attorneys for violent crimes are skilled at handling these challenging cases and can help you fully understand your rights under the law.
We provide comprehensive violent crime and criminal defense representation to clients throughout Central Florida. We have offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand.
Delgado & Romanik handles a full spectrum of violent crime charges, including:
We stress the importance of having experienced representation at your first appearance in court. Recent legislative changes may make it more difficult to be released on bond, so it is important to have knowledgeable counsel at your hearing.
In Florida, if you are convicted of using a gun in the commission of a crime, you may face additional penalties. For example, if a gun is used in a drug trafficking crime, you could face up to 15 years in prison as opposed to five years.
In cases involving violent crime, gun enhancement penalties can also add years to your prison sentence. In general, when a gun is involved in the commission of a crime, the following sentencing enhancements apply:
In addition to representing American citizens accused of violent crimes, we provide legal permanent residents and other clients with comprehensive violent crime and criminal defense representation in conjunction with immigration matters.
Contact a violent crime defense lawyer at Delgado & Romanik today by calling 386-492-8694 or by sending us an email. We offer a free initial consultation and are available to visit clients in jail whenever necessary.