Were You Accused Of Carjacking In Florida?
Carjacking is the criminal offense of stealing another person’s vehicle with a gun, knife, or other type of weapon. Because carjacking involves the use of threats or violence to highjack another person’s car while they’re still in the vehicle, it is considered a violent crime. Like all violent crimes, carjacking is vigorously prosecuted by both law enforcement officials and the district attorney. If you are ultimately convicted of carjacking, you will face a number of serious penalties, such as imprisonment, large fines, restitution to the victim, probation, and a strike on your record.
In addition, because you committed a violent crime with the use of a weapon, you could also lose your right to own or possess a firearm in the future. To ensure you have the aggressive defense you need to effectively fight your charges, it’s best to contact an experienced Tallahassee carjacking defense lawyer at the earliest onset of your case. The sooner you speak with an attorney, the sooner he can begin investigating your charges and building a strong defense case.
How A Tallahassee Carjacking Defense Lawyer Can Help
At Jansen & Davis, P.A., we have collectively spent more than 70 years defending people in the Tallahassee area against serious violent crimes, and have helped many clients successfully overcome their charges.
We make it a priority to provide each and every client with personal attention, unwavering dedication, and aggressive defense representation at all stages of their case. Regardless of how complex or difficult a case may be, we never back down from the chance to protect someone from a criminal conviction! Our main objective is defending your rights and making sure you walk away from this experience as a free man or woman.