When you’re hit with a criminal charge in Florida, the consequences could change your life forever. You may be wondering how you got here and what steps you should take next.
Depending on your charge, criminal law can be difficult to navigate. You need experienced defense lawyers on your side that aren’t afraid to take an aggressive approach to the courtroom. We’re positive you have a multitude of questions for us.
That’s why Denmon Pearlman’s criminal defense lawyers in Bradenton offer a free initial consultation to discuss your specific case. We want you to be as prepared as possible for what the future holds. So before you schedule your free consultation, let’s first discuss what our Bradenton criminal defense lawyers can do about your criminal charge.
The best case scenario? Your criminal case doesn’t go to trial. You want all of this put behind you, and so do we. Your best interest always comes first when you consult our experienced criminal defense lawyers. Our Bradenton criminal defense attorneys know the Manatee court system, and we pride ourselves in our expertise.
Several of our criminal defense lawyers have previously fought on the side of the prosecution. Having this experience allows them to know the strategy of your opponent, which gives us the upper hand.
Denmon Pearlman fights criminal charges all around Tampa Bay. If you are looking for a lawyer in Manatee County, you’re in the right place. What kind of cases do we take on?
Whether your criminal charge is a potential misdemeanor or a felony, our criminal defense attorneys are on your side. We are here to help you fight for the best possible outcome of your case.
Our practice areas include:
* Driving and Traffic Violations
* Drug Crimes
* Violation of Probation
* Property Crimes
* Firearm and Weapon Based Crimes
* Domestic Violence and Battery
* Protective Orders
* Sexually Motivated Crimes
* White Collar Crimes
* Juvenile Crimes
* Arrest Warrants
* Seal/Expunge Criminal Records
Let’s talk about some of the most common cases we see in more detail.
Drug Charges: The Manatee County Sheriff is cracking down on drug crimes in Bradenton and Sarasota. They plan to aggressively prosecute any drug offenders to keep their streets clean. A first time misdemeanor could lead to jail time or probation. That’s why you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer with an aggressive approach.
DUIs: If you’ve been charged with driving under the influence, the Florida law is not lax. Whether it’s your first offense or your third, there are severe consequences to DUIs. Our criminal defense lawyers are here to help you reduce your DUI charge to a reckless driving offense. We can tell you more when you schedule your free consultation.
Robbery and Burglary: It’s difficult to catch a robber, so when you’re caught, you have a high risk of conviction. The Manatee County police department has been aggressive in its arrests for burglary, often resulting in false arrests and overcharged citizens. We’ll do everything in our power to prove your innocence. Gathering surveillance footage, pictures, and more, we will work to provide a lesser punishment or a dismissal.
Manatee County Warrants: If you have a warrant out for your arrest, you can team up with our criminal defense lawyers to get it withdrawn. We will stand with you before the judge and present evidence as to why your arrest is not warranted. Come in for a free consultation, and we will discuss all of the details regarding your specific case further.
Probation Violations: If you’ve violated your probation, you might be looking at a greater jail time than originally proposed. You need a criminal defense attorney that can help you navigate these charges. Bradenton has different courtrooms for the type of offenders it sees. If you violated probation on a misdemeanor, you would see a different judge than if you violated probation on a felony. Schedule your free consultation with Denmon Pearlman to learn more about the steps in your criminal case.
If you have been charged with one of the criminal offenses above, contact our defense lawyers in Bradenton to schedule a free consultation.
Our criminal defense lawyers know that a criminal record can damage your reputation and your livelihood. That’s why we always have your best interests at heart throughout the entire process. We want to build the best case possible for you so that you can walk away with a better outcome.
Whether you’ve committed a misdemeanor or a felony, our defense lawyers will work day and night to ensure that you have the best chances at a reduced sentence or a dismissal.
Are you facing a personal injury lawsuit in addition to your criminal charges? Let us know in your initial consultation. Our case needs to be strong in order to convince the Florida courts that you deserve a reduced conviction.
Our criminal defense attorneys are not only educated but experienced, with the criminal justice system. We take an aggressive approach to your case, ensuring that the courtroom hears your side of the story straight from the source.
We will also present all of the evidence we can to back you up. Just make sure that you come prepared with all of the information you can to help us build your defense.
We’ve got the credentials! What qualifies us to help you win?
Three of our best criminal defense lawyers have been recognized in the Top 100 Criminal Trial Lawyers in the state of Florida by the National Trial Lawyers’ Association.
Every single one of our lawyers has worked in the State Attorney’s office, so we have experience from the inside. We know how the prosecution thinks, which is a competitive advantage.
Two of our most esteemed criminal defense lawyers have been awarded the Top 40 Under 40 distinction. We’ve tried almost 200 cases in front of a jury and won.
Plus, you will communicate directly with the criminal defense attorney that is handling your case. This helps our legal defense build the best tactical advantage for the courtroom.
The first step is to reach out to us either by phone 941-209-1890 or by filing out the contact form to the right. If you call us, a member of our team will ask you whether you need a personal injury, family law, criminal defense, or trusts and estates help. You will be directed to an assistant who will chat with you to determine how we can help. If your calling during normal business hours we can have you meeting in person, electronically, or on the phone with an attorney who specializes in your practice area the same day.