Orlando Felonies & Misdemeanors Lawyer

Legal Guidance from a Criminal Defense Attorney

Are you under investigation from a law enforcement agency for a criminal offense? Have you been charged with a felony or misdemeanor in the greater Orlando area? Are you worried about how criminal charges will affect your life and that of your family? Being involved in a criminal investigation or accused of a crime is a serious matter that can totally disrupt your life. You may be confused, uncertain, and anxious about the long-term impact as it relates to your job, career advancement, your finances, even your personal freedom.

In this stressful and often scary situation, you need someone on your side who will work vigorously to ensure the following:

  • That your rights are protected
  • That the law and procedures are not misused against you
  • That your voice is heard
  • That you are treated fairly throughout the legal process

Most importantly, you want a tough, sharp, and tenacious Orlando criminal defense attorney providing you with an effective defense. That is what you will find at Mazin Law with Orlando felony and misdemeanor lawyer Lyle Mazin and his legal team. He is an aggressive advocate with extensive criminal law and trial experience who has handled all types of misdemeanor and felony cases.

Call (407) 477-6744 for a free consultation with Attorney Mazin.

What is the difference between felonies and misdemeanors?

Felonies are more serious offenses that are punishable by prison terms of one year to life or the death penalty. These may be violent crimes, such as murder, rape, carjacking, or nonviolent crimes, such as white collar fraud crimes, theft, drug distribution, and more. A misdemeanor is a criminal offense that generally carries penalties of jail time up to one year and fines.

Typical misdemeanors include:

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In all of these cases, if you are convicted, you will have a permanent criminal record. Aside from possible incarceration and financial penalties, your future will be adversely affected by such a record in terms of employment, professional licenses, and education opportunities. Choosing an experienced and dedicated attorney to defend you may be the most important decision you ever make. Let Attorney Mazin use his knowledge, legal ability, and dedication to help you.

Call the Orlando felony and misdemeanor attorney at the firm for capable legal counsel today.

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