Have you ever heard of someone who had a case thrown out on a technicality? They aren’t technicalities, they are your rights. As criminal defense attorneys, we fight for your rights. We pay attentions to the details of the law that protect you.
When it comes to defending you for a crime, the law may be on your side. Our first priority is to protect your rights as a person and citizen; especially as someone who is innocent until proven guilty. We don’t have to prove your innocence; our job is to show that the prosecution can’t prove you guilty. No matter the accusation, we put the burden of proof on the prosecution from the beginning.
Many legal analysts have mentioned their concern with the apparent DUI exceptions to many rights we hold dear. An innocuous stop for a broken taillight quickly escalates when the officer begins peppering you with prying questions about where you have been and what you had to drink with dinner.
You are now an unwitting party to a full-scale DUI investigation. The officer isn’t making small talk; he or she is gathering evidence. You may not even be Mirandized even after the officer is finished testing your breath or blood for alcohol content. Every step of the way Florida sees you as guilty until proven innocent.
It is a skewed case from the beginning, requiring extensive knowledge and experience to fight for your rights and innocence. Call Moses & Rooth today.
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There is one very good reason to retain Moses & Rooth, Attorneys at Law to defend your case. Even with our 20 years of combined experience, our background in prosecution, our success record in criminal defense, and our knowledge of the law, the most compelling reason to work with us, is you.
Even though this section says “About Us,” it really is “About You.” You are the reason we come to work; and securing your best future is why we feel good at the end of the day.
Whatever your crime, state or federal, we have the knowledge and trial experience to protect your rights and fight for your best possible results. We know both sides of the aisle, giving us a unique advantage to beat the prosecution at their game. Call us for a free initial consultation today.
Andrew has been practicing criminal law his entire career. After graduating from law school he began working as an Assistant State Attorney prosecuting cases in Orange County. His experience as a prosecutor helped him gain perspective of the criminal justice system and how the government established its cases.
Jay R. Rooth
Jay Rooth is one of the founding partners of Moses and Rooth Attorneys at Law. Jay Rooth served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney’s Office Ninth Judicial Circuit. As a Criminal Defense Attorney in Orlando, Florida, Jay is committed to providing his clients with experienced legal representation and achieving positive results.