Anyone facing criminal charges needs a strong defense regardless of whether an offense is a misdemeanor or major felony. A conviction can mean jail time, large fines, probation, loss of driving privileges, and more penalties. Attorney Matheny is dedicated to helping his clients achieve the best possible case results, often reduced or dropped charges. The following are two examples of recent cases where the defendants he represented prevailed in court.
The first case involved his client who was on probation for a life felony, violated his probation and accused of a new criminal charge. His client was arrested and held without bond but Attorney Matheny was able to prove he was not guilty of the new crime. The result was dismissal of probation violation charges and the client was released from jail. A few weeks after the release, the court dismissed the new criminal charge against his client.
The second case was a domestic violence case. Attorney Matheny’s client was charged with domestic violence after two witnesses allegedly witnessed his client beat a woman in a parking lot. After several months of hard work, Attorney Matheny was able to prove to the court that the witnesses did not actually see what they claimed they saw and the woman recanted. The charges were dropped against his client.
Just because a person is arrested and charged with a crime, does not mean that he or she will be found guilty and sentenced to time behind bars. An innocent person may be deemed guilty and spend time in jail. For those and many reasons an individual facing criminal accusations needs an attorney to represent them at each step.
Take this opportunity to visit the firm online or by phone and receive a confidential consultation regarding your criminal matter. The Law Offices of Eric M. Matheny, P.A. represent criminal defense cases in the entire South Florida region. Attorney Matheny has received a recent honor for his defense work by receiving the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for outstanding client reviews. Two recent case results are examples of his hard work and dedication to helping his clients achieve the best possible case outcomes. The first case involved his client on probation for a life felony and charged with a new crime and probation violation. He was subsequently arrested and held without bond. Attorney Matheny proved his client was not guilty of the new crime; the court dismissed the probation violation and the new criminal charges. The second case centered on domestic violence charges against his client, who witnesses claim allegedly beat a woman in a parking lot. Attorney Matheny proved that the witnesses did not see what they stated they saw, the victim recanted and charges against his client were dropped. You can learn more about the firm, and the background and accomplishments of the attorney at http://www.ericmathenylaw.com.