DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.
We proved that Guillermo’s rights had been violated by the arresting officers, and got him time served on a reduced charge of a misdemeanor.
We were in the process of having Guillermo’s record expunged from a previous case. If he were convicted of drug possession that would have given him a criminal record.
We were about to get Guillermo R.’s record expunged from a previous case when he was pulled over in Weston, Florida for a traffic violation (police claimed his windows were tinted too dark). The cops claimed they smelled cannabis, searched the vehicle and arrested Guillermo for possession of cannabis with intent to sell. They read him his Miranda rights, and he requested a lawyer.
The cops who arrested Guillermo were undercover drug cops who were wearing body cameras. After Guillermo was read his Miranda Rights and requested a lawyer, they still kept asking him a ton of incriminating questions, so we argued to the prosecutor that his rights had been violated.
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Rossen Law Firm’s legal team understands what’s at stake when you’re charged with a crime in South Florida. We’re committed to defending you and protecting your rights. Our legal team is ready to create a customized strategy for your case to fight for the best possible outcome. We handle Criminal, DUI, Federal, Domestic Violence, Marchman Act & Baker Act cases, and more.
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