Florida Criminal Defense Attorney
If you received a Notice to Appear you have been charged with a crime. A Notice to Appear can charge you with various crimes including, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Battery, Petit Theft (Shoplifting), Possession of Marijuana or Drug Paraphernalia and other misdemeanor offenses.
A Notice to Appear can also be issued for a Municipal Ordinance or County Ordinance violation.
If you don’t appear in court or have a lawyer appear for you, a warrant or capias can be issued for your arrest. Most Judges will allow a lawyer to attend court for you.
You may be eligible for a pretrial diversion program. Successful completion of a diversion program usually means that the charge will be dismissed after completion of the program.
If you have received a Notice to Appear call Robert Corse at 904-634-1701 for a free consultation so that you can decide if you should be represented by a lawyer for the charge against you.