Resisting Officer with Violence Lawyer
Arrested for Resisting with Violence in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples, Port Charlotte or Punta Gorda? Contact a Fort Myers Criminal Defense Lawyer from Viacava & Cantor and we will fight for you.
Resisting with Violence is a charge where people commonly feel the odds are stacked up extremely high against them. People charged with Resisting with Violence commonly hear, “when it’s your word against the word of a uniformed officer who do you think the Jury is going to believe?” The experienced Fort Myers Criminal Defense Attorneys at Viacava & Cantor know how to fight Resisting with Violence charges. Call Viacava & Cantor and let us represent you on your Resisting with Violence case.
Resisting with Violence Punishment
Resisting with Violence is a third degree felony and as such it is punishable by a maximum of five years in prison. Resisting with Violence is statutorily defined as knowingly and willfully resisting, obstructing or opposing any officer in the lawful execution of any legal duty by offering or doing violence to the person of such officer. In order to successfully defend yourself on a Resisting with Violence charge it is extremely important that you hire an attorney with extensive experience defending people who have been accused of Resisting with Violence. When it’s your word against the word of an officer (or multiple officers) it behooves you to have an experienced Criminal Trial Lawyer from Viacava & Cantor in your corner.
Fort Myers Resisting with Violence Lawyers
The lawyers at the Fort Myers based Criminal Defense Law Firm of Viacava & Cantor handles Resisting with Violence cases throughout the State of Florida. The Criminal Defense Law Firm of Viacava & Cantor is located in Fort Myers with close and convenient access to all other areas in Southwest Florida including Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, Captiva and Marco Island. Call a lawyer from Viacava & Cantor at 239-672-8934 for a free consultation to discuss the specific facts of your case.