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Clermont Criminal Attorney

Merideth Nagel, P.A., in Lake County Florida, has built a reputation over the years as a solid and trustworthy law firm. Our scope of work includes multiple practice areas, and one of these areas is in the field of Criminal Law.

When you are in a situation that can mean the difference between massive legal fines and possible incarceration, our Clermont Criminal Attorney is your best defense. The best time to schedule your free consultation is at the very beginning of your legal issues, as waiting can cost you in a variety of ways.

StephanieOur criminal lawyer, Attorney Stephanie Modica, has the distinction of working from within the criminal court system, as she worked directly for the Lake County Court division. Her understanding  of the law, from both the states perspective and now as a criminal defense attorney, can be a great benefit to you as she crafts a proper defense for you.

Protecting Your Freedom And Your Future

People do make mistakes in life and sometimes these can be life-changing. And yet, there are many people who have been wrongly convicted and sit in Florida prisons for crimes they did not convict.

Too often circumstances put people away and the crime does not justify the time. That is when you need an aggressive, knowledgeable lawyer who knows both sides of the law; state and as a defense attorney.

As a trusted criminal defense firm in the Clermont area providing many years of experience, we fight on behalf of clients charged with all types of crimes, including but not limited to the following:

Drug Crimes
Child Abuse
White Collar Crimes
Juvenile Offenses
Domestic Violence
Weapons @ Firearms Offenses
Federal Crimes (Drug Trafficking, Terrorism, etc.)
Probation Violations
** and more

Criminal penalties can be substantial and they may vary depending on the seriousness of the crime allegedly committed, criminal history, and other factors. Common penalties issued to those who are convicted may include the following: jail/prison time, substantial fines, court costs, probation, driver’s license suspension, and more. People who are convicted will also have a criminal record that will probably impact employment, housing opportunities, and more. For those convicted of less serious types of crimes, the most detrimental punishment of all is the negative impact on reputation, job losses and career. Depending on then nature of the crime, offenders may lose a professional license, or be required to register as a sex offender where all their neighbors and friends can see.

As you can see, the implications of a criminal conviction can be very serious.  Contact Clermont Criminal Attorney Stephanie Modica today to schedule your free consultation by calling 352-394-7408.

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