Feeling hopeless? Not having strong representation can make a bad situation even worse. Attorney Jonathan Blecher explains why it is still extremely important to have a lawyer there to argue your case.
When you are arrested for a DUI, you face the risk of losing your freedom and your driving privileges. Knowing the process and requirements following a DUI arrest concerning your license is important to your chances of defending your license against suspension. Attorney Jonathan Blecher explains what you and your lawyer will need to do in order to fight license suspension.
Criminal conviction can change a person's life, but will it change yours? Jonathan Blecher discusses the potential impact a conviction can have on your finances, your driving record, your career and your personal relationships.
Jonathan Blecher discusses the standard steps of a criminal proceeding after a DUI arrest. It's important to work with a seasoned attorney who is not only familiar with these steps but also can create a unique strategy from your case and approach the proceeding with your rights in mind.
Are you worried that a DUI conviction will be hard on your finances? Find out what you are up against from an experienced DUI defense attorney.
Miami DUI attorney Jonathan Blecher discusses the penalties for a DUI and Florida laws on the matter.
Miranda Warnings are the set of statements that law enforcement officers make at the time of the arrest. These Warnings inform you that you have the right to remain silent and that anything you say can and will be used against you in court.
Even if you feel as if there is so much evidence against you and that it is pointless to hire an attorney, it is important to not give up hope. Your defense attorney will be able to say the things in court that you would be able to say if you had the proper legal training.
While this may seem like a complicated process, you or your loved one do not have to work through it on your own. At my law firm, Jonathan Blecher, P.A., I devote my time and effort to protecting the criminally accused.
The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution prevents the government from unreasonable search and seizure and anything found may not be used against you in the court of law. It is a valuable tool to use if you believe you have been wrongfully accused of a DUI in the state of Florida. Get in touch with my firm to learn how we can help you with your DUI case.
When can police search your home without a warrant? Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Jonathan Blecher explains how the fourth amendment protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures.
As a result of the failure of the war on drugs, courts and state attorneys' offices have tried to focus on rehabilitation and treatment for drug offenders. A drug offense can result in punishment that is as minimal as probation, with perhaps community service, drug treatment, counseling, or therapy. However, some drug offenses such as possession of cannabis, marijuana or cocaine, could result in a prison sentence of up to five years—depending on if the offender has any previous convictions.