Carjacking Criminal Defense Attorney to Fight your South Florida Charge
Have you been arrested or questioned by the police for a carjacking or grand theft auto charge in South Florida? Are you worried and having trouble sleeping thinking about what this allegation may mean for your future? Rossen Law Firm is here to support you through this and assist you with all your car theft criminal defense necessities. We put an extra effort into every case so we can provide our clients with the results they need & deserve
What is a Carjacking Crime in Fort Lauderdale?
Carjacking is the action of a person intentionally taking another individual’s vehicle while using force or threats. Carjacking is more harshly punished when the use of a weapon or firearm is used during the course of the crime.
The Florida Legal Statute defines Carjacking as the taking of a motor vehicle or car with the intent to either permanently or temporarily deprive the person, or the owner, of the motor vehicle. In the course of the carjacking, there is the use of force, violence, assault, or inducing or creating fear.
CONSEQUENCES OF CARJACKING IN FLORIDA
The consequences of carjacking are incredibly severe and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law by Florida State Prosecutors. This makes the search for and hiring an experienced defense attorney to fight for your freedom so crucial.
CARJACKING CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN SOUTH FLORIDA
If you were charged with the crime of carjacking, we understand this can be very stressful. Whether you have been formally arrested or are being investigated for the crime of carjacking by police, contact Rossen Law Firm today.
You will not have to go through this on your own and we will stand by your side until all of your charges are resolved. We are a team of hard-working individuals and guarantee our clients that we are determined to achieve the best result possible and we never back down from a fight.
We understand that just because you have been charged with the crime of carjacking does not make you a criminal or automatically make you guilty. We fight for your rights - whatever the case, we are here to defend you. We are strong believers that bad things can happen to good people and one mistake shouldn’t have the ability to ruin your life - and we intend to make sure it does not.
Carjacking Defenses in Florida
- Consent: The Consent defense is used when the person accused of grand theft auto had permission from the owner to use their property (in this case, a car). If you believe you were given permission to use the car of the individual who is accusing you of carjacking, Rossen Law Firm can use the argument of consent to serve as a complete defense to the crime of Carjacking in a Florida court.
- Not Considered Carjacking under Florida Law: To prove the crime of Carjacking, the State must prove three elements; the accused took a motor vehicle from the person; force, violence, assault, or putting in fear was used in the course of taking the car; the car was taken with the intent to temporarily or permanently deprive the person of the motor vehicle. If one or all of these elements are not proven, then the crime of carjacking cannot be charged. For example, if you stole a vehicle without force or violence the crime would not be charged as carjacking, but a completely different crime instead without mandatory minimum sentencing.
Carjacking Defense Strategy Session in Fort Lauderdale
If you were charged with the crime of carjacking and are searching for the right defense attorney for your alleged crime and charge, contact Rossen Law Firm today. We know how to protect your freedom and provide you with a customized and aggressive defense to your criminal charges.
For a risk-free way of meeting with us to determine whether or not we are the firm for you, we provide FREE strategy sessions to our potential clients.
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HOW WE WIN CARJACKING / GRAND THEFT AUTO CASES IN FLORIDA
- We got grand theft auto charges dropped in a Miami case that also involved attempted murder of a police officer & aggravated assault of a police officer criminal charges