Martin County, Florida sits along the Pacific coast and also borders Lake Okeechobee, providing the more than 158,000 residents with plenty of scenic views and opportunities to participate in water-related and other outdoor activities. Both visitors and residents alike enjoy participating in the many available recreational activities in Martin County, including the following:
While Martin County offers plenty of things to do and beautiful scenery, people who are facing criminal charges might find the area to be less than idyllic. If you or someone or know has been charged with a crime, speak with an experienced Martin County criminal defense lawyer at Kirschner & McEnery Law. Our experienced attorneys have secured numerous wins for our clients and can defend against criminal allegations throughout Martin County. We represent people who are charged with crimes across the state of Florida by offering tailored approaches to meet the needs of each of our clients.
At Kirschner & McEnery Law, our attorneys have a combined total of more than 40 years of experience defending people against a broad variety of misdemeanor and felony charges. We defend against the following types of criminal charges:
Drug charges – Our attorneys represent people who are charged with any drug crime in Martin County, including everything ranging from simple drug possession to serious trafficking crimes. If you have been charged with any type of drug crime, you should give us a call immediately.
Computer/internet crimes – Many people are charged with crimes committed on the internet, including distribution, production, and possession of pornography, identity theft, fraud, solicitation, and more. If you are facing charges involving the internet, lawyers Jonathan Jay Kirschner and Stephanie McEnery are prepared to strongly defend you against the allegations.
Crimes of violence – Violent crimes, including homicide and murder offenses, carry extremely severe penalties. If you have been charged with any type of violent crime in Martin County, getting help from an experienced Martin County criminal lawyer immediately is in your best interests. Our lawyers have experience handling serious criminal offenses and are prepared to vigorously defend you and work to help you avoid some of the most serious penalties for these types of crimes.
Assault/battery – In Florida, charges for assault or battery can range in severity and can result in substantial time in jail or prison if a defendant is convicted. Our attorneys can make sure that your story is heard, and we are often successful in securing a dismissal of assault and battery charges or an outright victory in court.
Serious traffic offenses – Several types of traffic offenses are punished harshly in Florida, including vehicular homicide, driving while intoxicated, and driving under the influence. If you are facing a serious traffic charge, you should reach out to Kirschner & McEnery Law.
Theft or burglary offenses – Cases involving allegations of theft or burglary can cause long-lasting consequences beyond any criminal penalties. Many people who have theft convictions on their records struggle to find jobs and housing. Our attorneys aggressively defend against burglary and theft allegations to resolve them in the most favorable way for our clients.
When you are facing criminal charges, you need to find a Martin County criminal defense lawyer who has the experience and knowledge necessary to mount a strong defense. The attorneys at Kirschner & McEnery Law have defended many people against criminal charges and have secured numerous dismissals and not-guilty verdicts for our clients. When you meet with us, we ask that you always are completely honest so that we can fully investigate and build the strongest possible defense for you.
We are sometimes able to secure a dismissal of the charges our clients are facing. If that isn’t possible, you will need to have an attorney to represent you who is experienced in handling matters in court, including up to and including jury trials. Our attorneys have experience both inside the court and outside of it and will work as hard as we can to identify the best approach for your case. Call us to schedule an appointment at (772) 489-8501.