First Offenses

Being arrested for the first time can be an embarrassing and traumatic experience. Questions regarding how this will affect your job, family, and general well-being are racing through your mind. It is important for you to realize that you are not alone. The criminal defense attorneys at Moses and Rooth can guide you through the criminal justice system, explain your rights, and explore your legal options.

Entering a guilty plea without the counsel of an attorney could negatively impact the rest of your life because convictions in the State of Florida remain on your permanent record.

Before you go to court and make an admission of guilt, contact Moses and Rooth for legal counsel regarding your first-time offense. Call our Central Florida law firm at 407-377-0150 or send us a message online. Our office is located next to the downtown Orlando Courthouse.

There are Alternatives to Entering a Plea

Many first offenders don’t realize there may be alternatives to entering a guilty plea. Often times, people plead guilty when they may have other options, such as diversion programs that can ultimately result in the case being dismissed. We also have the knowledge to examine whether your rights have been violated or if this is a case that should go to trial.

Your Resource for First-Time Offenses

At Moses and Rooth, we focus on criminal defense day in and day out, making us well versed in defending people charged with crimes. Additionally, our experienced lawyers are each former prosecutors, enabling us to fully understand your charges and predict how the prosecution might respond.

Contact Moses and Rooth to find out what your options are regarding your first-time offense. Call us 24 hours a day at 407-377-0150 for immediate assistance or send us an e-mail.