3-Strikes Law Attorney
Under 3-Strikes law, a person who is convicted of any felony after having previously been convicted of two or more prior Strike Felonies (serious or violent felonies), regardless of the time elapsed between offenses, can be sentenced to life in prison. In addition, once a person has received their first strike, the penalties for subsequent felony offenses increase dramatically. Not all felonies constitute “strikes” — you should consult an attorney right away to determine if your current charge (or prior) is a strike.
No matter if you are facing charges for your first strike or your third, be sure that you have strong representation from a criminal defense lawyer who understands the 3-Strikes law and can fight to protect your rights. At the law office, I aggressively defend clients throughout Jacksonville against a wide variety of felony charges.
A Strong Advocate on Your Side
Among the crimes that can result in a strike against you are murder, rape, robbery, kidnapping, carjacking, assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer or other public employee, first degree burglary and many others. I spent 19 years working as a Deputy District Attorney prosecuting these types of cases. My knowledge of prosecution tactics and strategies puts me in a strong position to build a compelling defense on your behalf.
I am a skilled litigator and a strong negotiator. I know how much room we have to negotiate plea bargains and I know when to go to trial. I have a solid track record of success at negotiating strikeable felonies down to non-strike offenses. I fight aggressively to reach a positive result in every case. You can count on me to pursue every legal option available to preserve your freedom.