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Criminal Defense Attorneys for Broward County, FL

As one of the most populous counties in the State of Florida, Broward County has a population of more than 1.8 million people. Covering more than 1,197 square miles in South Florida, several law enforcement agencies in the county conduct criminal investigations and make arrests for felony and misdemeanor violations of state law. These crimes are prosecuted in the courthouses in the county seat of Fort Lauderdale.

In addition to the main courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, criminal cases are also heard at satellite courthouses in Deerfield Beach, Hollywood and Plantation, FL.

The criminal defense attorneys at McLaughlin Morris, P.A. are experienced in fighting cases throughout Broward County and the greater Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metropolitan area of South Florida. The attorneys at McLaughlin Morris, P.A. represent clients throughout Broward County including the cities of Fort Lauderdale, Deerfield, Hollywood, Plantation, Pompano Beach, North Lauderdale, Lauderhill, West Park, Dania Beach, Southwest Ranches, Dania Beach, Parkland, Davie, Coconut Creek, Oakland Park, Coral Springs, Cooper City, and Sunrise.

Whether you are under investigation or charged with a crime, call (561) 404-0529 today to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney at McLaughlin Morris, P.A. Call us to talk about the facts of your case and possible defenses you can use to fight the charges.

Types of Felony Cases in Broward County, FL

In Broward County, all felony cases are heard in the Circuit Criminal Divisions. Under Florida law, felony offenses are defined as crimes that are punishable by at least one year in Florida State Prison. Felony offenses prosecuted in Broward County, include: sexually motivated offenses. robbery, burglary, theft, forgery, fraud, crimes against person, crimes against property. possession of a controlled substance and other drug crimes .

Several specialized divisions exist in Circuit Court for felony cases including drug court, career criminal / habitual offender section, and mental health court. The courts have also created a Veterans Treatment Intervention Court Program.

Felony Investigations by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office

In Broward County, many serious felony offenses are investigated by the Major Crimes Section of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. The Major Crimes Section has three divisions including the Special Victims Unit, the Economic Crimes Unit, and the Robbery Unit. Additionally, many local law enforcement agencies and local police departments throughout the country also investigate serious felony offenses.

Florida law provides for enhanced penalties when crimes are committed against the most vulnerable in our society including elderly people, disabled adults and children. Those criminal offenses can include:

In Broward County, economic crimes are investigated by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office economic crimes unit which is a division of the Major Crimes Unit. Economic crimes including:

The robbery unit of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office investigates crimes involving armed robbery. This specialized unit is a division of the Major Crimes Section. Other units in the Major Crimes Section include the Economic Crimes Unit and the Special Victims Unit.

Misdemeanor Cases in Broward County, FL

The Criminal Division of County Court has justification over all traffic cases and misdemeanor criminal cases. Under Florida law, misdemeanors are defined as criminal acts which carry a penalty of up to one year in the county jail. Misdemeanors are classified as either a first degree misdemeanor or a second degree misdemeanor.

In Broward County, misdemeanor cases are heard in different courtrooms in the courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, and at the satellite divisions for the North Satellite Division, the West Satellite Division, and the South Satellite Division.

Criminal Case Search in Broward County, FL – Visit the website for the Broward County Clerk of Court in the 17th Judicial Circuit to conduct a criminal case search online. Search public cases for any felony, traffic or misdemeanor case by party name, business name, or organization name. Select a case type including a 1st Degree Felony, 2nd Degree Felony, 3rd Degree felony, Arrest Warrant, Arrest Warrant Misdemeanor, Capital Homicide, Capital Life, Capital Sex Felony, Career Criminal Felony, Contempt of Court, County Ordinance, Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence, Drug Court, Felony, Mental Health Court Felony, Misdemeanor, Municipal Ordinance, Other Infractions, Search Warrant, Search Warrant Misdemeanor, Traffic Criminal, Traffic Infraction Mandatory, Traffic Infractions or Writ.

Office of the State Attorney for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, FL – Visit the website for the State Attorney’s Office, Michael J. Satz, for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County, FL. The job of the State Attorney is to seek the just determination of all criminal matters that are presented to the State Attorney. Learn more about criminal investigations conducted by the State Attorney’s Office during the 21 days after the arrest but before any formal criminal charges are filed in felony cases.

Broward Sheriff’s Office Economic Crimes Unit – Visit the website of the Sheriff’s Office of Broward County, Sheriff Scott Israel, to learn more about the agency’s Economic Crimes Unit (ECU). The ECU is one of 20 different specialized units. These specialized unites a have specially-trained deputies and are designed to provide maximum response efficiency in a variety of circumstances. CU handles complaints about check fraud, credit card fraud, identity theft, check forgery, counterfeit documents, computer-related crimes, contractor licensing fraud, business opportunity fraud, homeowners fraud, mortgage fraud, and other money-related offenses.

Contractor and Licensing Fraud Unit of the Broward Sheriff’s Office – Find out more about a specialized unit of the Sheriff’s Office in Broward County called the Contractor Licensing and Fraud Unit. Read more about contractor licensing and fraud in Broward County, FL

Finding a Criminal Defense Lawyer for Broward County, FL

If you are under investigation, charged with a crime, have an active warrant. or are awaiting extradition back to Broward County, FL, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at McLaughlin Morris, P.A..

Our attorneys represent clients arrested throughout Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding cities in Broward County including: Hollywood, Deerfield Beach, Plantation, North Lauderdale, Parkland, Davie, Sunrise, Cooper City, Coral Springs, Oakland Park, Coconut Creek, West Park, Southwest Ranches, Dania Beach, Pompano Beach, Lauderhill, and Dania Beach.


28/09/2017

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Our service division has been in business over 20 years and is located in West Palm Beach and Port St. Lucie. We have several technicians made up of Water Filtration Specialists, Backflow Specialists and Master Plumbers. Buckeye Plumbing can handle all of your plumbing and water needs.

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The New Construction division is based on the knowledge and teamwork of an experienced staff that knows what they are doing – and what it takes to do it. Nearly 30 years of experience ensures our Customers a level of expertise and professionalism that is hard to match.

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Buckeye Plumbing offers Emergency Service Plumbing Repair for clients who need an emergency plumber dispatched immediately. Our Emergency Plumbing repair services cover Palm Beach, Martin, Broward, and Port St Lucie Counties.

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Buckeye plumbing has a strong customer service record with all of our builders, and we are proud of our reputation in the communities. Please feel free to contact us for more information about our building division.
This division is made up of some of the finest leaders in the plumbing industry, and have a combined work experience of over 100 years.

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At Buckeye Plumbing we believe in finding customers and keeping them. Calling Buckeye Plumbing includes our 24 Hour Emergency Service. If you contact our after-hours service, it also contacts the owner. We take care of your home or your business. We clean up after ourselves. We carry cleaners, shoe covering and clean mattes to use in order to protect your home and furnishings.

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Our water technicians are highly experienced in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of your water. Buckeye Plumbing provides a full range of water services including the best Water Technicians around. We offer services for water testing, smelly or cloudy water, water filtration services, well pumps and carbon filters. Buckeye Plumbing can help you with all your water needs.

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Our Backflow department technicians are dedicated to the accurate testing and processing of your Backflow Certification, Repair or Installation. Our Backflow technicians have a combination of over 30 years of Backflow Experience. They are certified in Testing and Repair. Our experience ranges from the standard residential backflows to large commercial devices.

Our Customers are the best. Here are some of the nice things they have to say about us

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    23/09/2017

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    Wrongful Foreclosure – Bank Fraud

    Failure to Grant Loan Modifications

    1.Wrongful Foreclosure

    Homeowners who are losing their property or who have already lost their home to a bank foreclosure may be able to receive compensation, or negotiate a deficiency judgment waiver, as a result of mortgage lenders faulty Court documents. The Attorneys’ General settlement with the countries largest banks including, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and GMAC has exposed the banks’ fraudulent practices during the foreclosure process. Additionally, because of these faulty Affidavits and other defects, foreclosure defense attorneys are, in certain limited circumstances, asking the Courts to set aside wrongful foreclosure judgments and, in some instances, the bank’s ownership after the foreclosure sale has occurred.

    We handle wrongful and fraudulent foreclosure cases brought by Bank of America, Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Chase, Citigroup (CitiMortgage or CitiFinancial), U.S. Bank National Association, Deutsche Bank, One West Bank (Indymac Bank), Ocwen, PHH Mortgage, LaSalle Bank, BankUnited, SunTrust Bank, HSBC Finance, First Franklin, Option One, Fremont Investment Loan as well as other mortgage lenders.

    To understand why this is happening is to know that an essential element of a foreclosure case is the filing of an affidavit, among other documents, by the bank in which an individual swears that they have personal knowledge of a file, including how much the homeowner owes the bank. What has happened to cause the banks to enter into a landmark settlement, is that the affidavits they have filed contained information that was not truly verified by the individual swearing that the information was true and accurate. The banks have admitted to filing affidavits signed by people who really knew very little about the information in the affidavit. Because the Courts relied on this information to grant ownership to the banks, homeowners may have a legal claim that the banks have unlawfully taken their property, entitling the homeowner to receive compensation from the settlement fund or maybe even setting aside the foreclosure judgment and/or sale.

    2. Failed Loan Modification – Lawsuit Against Banks

    Another pattern that seems to be emerging across the country involves Florida banks like Wells Fargo entering into loan modification agreements where the borrower / home owner agrees to pay a lower mortgage payment for a set time period and, if the borrower makes all of those temporary payments, then the bank agrees to modify the mortgage home loan permanently instead of foreclosing on the property.

    However, what seems to be happening is that the banks are taking the money in the trial period, and then refusing to do the permanent mortgage modification. Instead, they are choosing to move forward with the foreclosure. It’s like the modification agreement never existed (except that the bank received more mortgage payments during those months of the trial period) or the banks just didn’t want to grant a modification. This behavior by the banks and loan services is troubling because it violates their own loan servicing guidelines set forth under the government’s Making Home Affordable program.

    One loan modification lawsuit has already been filed by a borrower for the bank’s failure to follow the government’s guidelines, which was decided in the borrower’s favor. (Wigod v. Wells Fargo Bank, NA, 673 F. 3d 547 (7th Cir. 2012 ) ). The bank lost and now Lisa Wigod is pursuing her claims against the mortgage lender for breach of contract and other causes of action under state law.

    Another loan modification lawsuit is pending in California (Amira Jackmon, Individually, and On Behalf of Others Similarly Situated v. America’s Servicing Company and Wells Fargo Bank ). In that case, the home owner plaintiffs are aggressively seeking punitive damages by arguing that Wells Fargo deliberately made the initial deal without any intention of going through with it.

    These cases are two examples of a bank going ahead with foreclosure after agreeing to a mortgage modification deal. While both foreclosure cases involve Wells Fargo, this can obviously apply to other banks, credit unions, savings loans, and mortgage lenders who agree to different mortgage terms (modify) and then don’t follow through with a permanent change and a new mortgage with new terms in price, mortgage amount, time left to repay, etc.

    In these situations, the borrower home owner may have a lawsuit for breach of contract, misrepresentation, or maybe a lawsuit based on intentional conduct (tort) against that bank. Here, the bank failing to do as it promised in changing the mortgage in a loan modification may mean that instead of the bank being in the offensive role of plaintiff seeking foreclosure of someone’s home in a foreclosure lawsuit, the bank takes on the defensive role of defendant in a case where the home owner / borrower is demanding significant money damages from the bank for their bad acts.

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    If you are in foreclosure, or know anyone who has lost their home to foreclosure, contact Larry Tolchinsky, a Florida foreclosure attorney. by email. or call him at (954) 458-8655 and he will be happy to answer your questions. He offers a free initial consultation and he promises an attorney from his office will return your call promptly

    Our firm offers wrongful and fraudulent foreclosure counseling for clients who own real estate in Hallandale, Hollywood, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston, Davie, North Miami Beach, Dania Beach and all other cities in Miami-Dade and Broward County and throughout Florida.

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    Please fill out the “Talk With An Attorney” form above to ask a question or you can call us at 954-458-8655. We promise to get back to you promptly. Ask now .

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    In The Press:

    Larry Tolchinsky contributed to a recent USAToday article regarding deficiency judgments. Read the article here

    Larry Tolchinsky contributed to a recent Bloomberg.com article regarding deficiency judgments. Read the article here

    Larry Tolchinsky contributed to a recent CNNMoney.com article regarding deficiency judgments. Read the article here

    CALL US TODAY TO LEARN MORE

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    05/08/2017

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    Golburgh Law #broward #dui #lawyer


    Defending Those Accused of Drunk Driving Since 1996

    Welcome to Fort Lauderdale DUI Attorney

    Either you or someone you love has been arrested for DUI or you wouldn’t be on this website. Being arrested for DUI is a serious matter and can have far-reaching consequences to your finances, your freedom and your future. I am Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney Lloyd H. Golburgh and I have been defending people charged with all kinds of DUIs since 1996. In the past 23 years, I have seen people face unfair consequences and penalties disproportionate to their actions and worse, people who are completely innocent and being criminally charged anyway. Regardless of your situation, you can trust in the experience of my firm. I am passionate about justice and will go to great lengths to ensure that my clients are protected. DON’T PLEAD GUILTY.

    10 Day Rule

    It is very important that you are aware that you have only ten days from the date of your DUI arrest to drive legally using your DUI ticket in place of your driver’s license. You must schedule a DMV hearing if you want to be able to continue to drive on the 11th day with a business-purpose license. If you have no prior DUI arrests, you can waive your right to contest the suspension imposed on the night of your arrest and obtain a hardship permit right away. I will help you make this most important decision.

    How Can My FT. Lauderdale DUILaw Firm Help You?

    Over the years, the penalties for drunk driving have been steadily increasing. This is because intense lobbying by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has caused the Florida Legislature to pass laws with very heavy penalties for those convicted of DUI. The State Attorney’s Office in your county will use all of its resources to obtain conviction against you no matter who you are or what your situation may be. For this reason, it is imperative that you obtain qualified legal representation to fight for you. You deserve to be treated as innocent until proven guilty. At my Ft. Lauderdale DUI firm, this is exactly how you’ll be treated.

    My firm can help you with the following areas of drunk driving-related matters:

    I will also assist with your DHSMV hearing. This is your opportunity to contest the suspension of your driver’s license imposed by the DMV at the moment you were accused of blowing over legal limit or refusing to take the breath test. I am committed to using my skill as a DUI lawyer to protect your interests and obtain the best possible result for you.

    Consequences of a Drunk Driving Conviction in Fort Lauderdale

    I believe it to be important that you have a seasoned Fort Lauderdale DUI lawyer on your side. A conviction will result in what’s called “mandatory adjudication,” which means a permanent criminal record. A conviction will also bring court costs, fines, community service, vehicle immobilization, ignition interlock device, DUI school, the loss of driving privileges and even jail time.

    At my law firm, I know what you are going through now and will continue to go through during this difficult process. I know how to defend against a Florida DUI charge, whether it is a first offense with no property damage and no personal injury or whether it be a second, third or subsequent offense with property damage, personal injury or even death. Regardless of the circumstances, I can help.

    First-offense DUI convictions can bring the following penalties:

    • Permanent criminal record
    • Up to a year of reporting probation
    • At least six months of driver’s license suspension
    • 12-hour DUI school and recommended follow-up alcohol treatment or counseling
    • At least 50 hours of community service
    • At least 10-day vehicle immobilization or impoundment
    • Hundreds of dollars in court costs and fines
    • Possible ignition interlock device
    • Up to 6 months of possible jail time
    • Increased insurance costs or loss of coverage altogether

    Your case could greatly benefit from the experience and knowledge of seasoned DUI attorney. You don’t have to face the harsh punishments and social stigma of having a DUI charge on your record. Even if you have no prior criminal record, you could still spend time in jail. Do not assume that because you have never been arrested or charged with a crime, you will receive leniency or a lighter sentence.

    Contact Our Firm

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    06/07/2017

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