If you have been charged with a crime in South Florida, you are likely frightened, angry, and unsure of where to go. What do criminal charges mean for your future? Who can you turn to when you’re facing the possibility of jail?

Your Rights After Being Charged With a Crime

If you’ve been accused of committing a crime, it is critical that you understand your rights under the law. No matter what crime you were charged with, you have the right to a zealous legal defense as guaranteed by the United States Constitution. Attorney Jose A. Loayza believes that no crime should go undefended, and he will provide you with the aggressive legal support you need when your future is on the line.

You also have the right to remain silent after being arrested, and it is important that you invoke this right as soon as possible. Anything you say can and will be used against you in court, and it is almost always in your best interest to avoid giving law enforcement potential ammunition against you. Even if you are innocent and are telling the truth, it is possible for law enforcement and the prosecution to twist your words to support their own agenda.

Do not answer any questions posed by law enforcement at the time of your arrest or during an interrogation. Instead, invoke your right to speak to a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Aggressive Legal Representation In the Face of Any Crime

Attorney Jose A. Loayza has significant experience representing individuals who have been charged with crimes. His expertise includes but is not limited to the following types of cases:

  • Arson
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Assault & Battery
  • Carjacking
  • Petty Theft
  • Grand Theft
  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Sex Crimes
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Prostitution & Solicitation

Don’t wait to obtain high quality legal support after you have been charged with a crime. You stand to incur significant penalties, including incarceration, heavy fines, community service, mandatory counseling, and a permanent criminal record. If you are convicted, even after you satisfy the court’s requirements for your punishment, you may find it exceptionally difficult to maintain gainful employment, rent an apartment, buy a house, or obtain any form of credit.

Contact Jose A. Loayza

If you’re facing criminal charges, no matter how severe they might seem, you deserve an aggressive defense. Attorney Loayza will review your case in detail to determine what the best legal strategy will be, and will form a defense that is designed to meet the prosecution’s case head-on at every turn.

Call today for a consultation to discuss your case in detail and begin building the foundation for a strong defense by calling (954) 599-0699. Attorney Loayza is available now to speak with you regarding your individual legal needs.