leifertlaw April 20, 2015 Felony
Our Delray Beach and West Palm Beach juvenile defense lawyers know that felony charges are not reserved for suspected murderers, drug cartel leaders and armed bank robbers. Earlier this month, a Florida teenage was arrested for and charged with a felony relating to a prank he pulled on his teacher. The 14-year-old teenager allegedly logged Continue Reading..
leifertlaw August 13, 2014 Felony
According to a report by the Sun Sentinel, a Broward man was recently arrested for posessing homemade liquor and the tools with which he allegedly produced (and intended to continue making) the moonshine. Producing moonshine conjures images of the days of Prohibition, during which it was illegal to proaduce, sell, transport or import alcohol in Continue Reading..
leifertlaw April 24, 2014 Felony
Yes, you read that correctly. According to the Sun Sentinel, a 27-year-old South Florida shop owner was arrested and jailed on Monday for allegedly selling contact lenses to people who did not have prescriptions. Although the man suspected of illegally selling contact lenses was released on $3,000 bond, he still faces a felony charge here Continue Reading..
leifertlaw November 25, 2013 Felony
It’s been well-documented that witnesses to crimes are far too often unreliable in a court of law. In some cases, it’s because they’re traumatized. Other times, they simply aren’t sure of what they saw or heard, yet they don’t want to disappoint the police and prosecutors on the case. And then, of course, there are Continue Reading..
leifertlaw November 10, 2013 Felony
A spate of South Florida “road rage” incidents in recent years has led prosecutors to aggressively press forward with felony charges such as battery, aggravated battery and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. However, two of those cases have recently ended in jury acquittals. A third is slated for trial in December. Our felony defense Continue Reading..
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