Orlando Violent Crime Lawyer
15+ Years of Legal and Trial Experience
If you have been charged with a violent crime, you must be made aware of the fact that your livelihood, freedom, and future are all hanging in the balance. Allowing the prosecution to walk all over you in court and doing nothing to defend yourself is tantamount to throwing yourself in prison. Retaining the services of The Wiseman Law Firm and our Orlando violent crime defense attorney is the wise choice.
Take a quick moment to review our accolades and accomplishments:
- 15+ years of legal and trial experience
- Former prosecutor turned defender with unique insights of all sides of a case
- A history of beneficial verdicts
- Highly rated by past clients
- Available 24 hours a day to assist you
Not sure where to start? A free and confidential initial consultation can help sort it out.
Attorney Wiseman is here to help you through this difficult time from the start of your case to its conclusion. With our firm handling your case, you can rest assured that you will always be informed of the important developments and defense strategies we are working on. It is this personalized touch to your legal counsel that can give you a strong advantage over the prosecution.
What Are Violent Crimes in Florida?
The State of Florida defines violent crimes as aggressive and intentional acts against an alleged victim or their property. These act include anything that inflicts or attempts to inflict physical damage. It is also important to note that violent crimes can also include threat of physical harm, even if those threats were not carried out.
Violent crimes are generally charged as felonies, depending on the circumstances, leading to long prison sentences, loss of rights, a permanent criminal record, large fines and restitution, and a loss of reputation. A defendant convicted for first-degree murder may even face the death penalty. Because of their serious nature, these offenses are harshly prosecuted and the state will seek full penalties after a conviction. As a former prosecutor, Attorney Wiseman has deep knowledge and insights into the potential case the other side may make against you and can tailor his representation to proactively challenge their tactics and ensure your side of the story is heard.
Violent Crime Defense Counsel, Day or Night
At The Wiseman Law Firm, we hold a belief that there are no unwinnable criminal defense cases. Even when the odds are severely stacked against you and there is ample, clear evidence that you have indeed committed a violent crime, there is room for improvement that can only be attained with the help of a highly-experienced lawyer. Sentences can be reduced and penalties minimized, such as turning a felony charge into a misdemeanor or eliminating minimum sentencing requirements. It all comes down to the level of creativity and committed in your choice of legal counsel.
We have years of experience managing a variety of charges and can help you in situations that include:
Fight for the Future You Deserve
You should not make the mistake of thinking that the criminal justice system has your best interests in mind. Quite the opposite may be true in situations where judges or prosecutors are pressured to get more convictions, prompting them to look for guilt where it never even existed. Taking down these prejudices, which are also held by average members of society, and replacing them with fairness and justice, requires our Orlando violent crimes attorney, Mr. Simon Wiseman.
We genuinely want to help you. Contact us as soon as you can.
We make it our priority to be accessible to clients. Available 24 hours a day, we will keep you continually updated on your case.
With experience as a former prosecutor, Attorney Wiseman has secured many successful results in high-stakes criminal cases.
Our law firm comes strongly recommended by past clients and by peers in the legal community. We are known for thorough preparation.
A former prosecutor, Attorney Wiseman brings over two decades' experience to each case, successfully advocating for his clients' rights.
“Words cannot begin to explain to you how grateful and thankful I am for all you have done for me.”- Sandra H.
“Excellent Attorney”- Shane