Florida Resisting Arrest With or Without Violence Attorneys
If You Resisted Arrest in Orlando, Our Attorneys Can Help
Charges of resisting arrest come with serious penalties. Of course, matters are made worse because these charges are rarely filed on their own. If you have been charged with this crime, it is because of the actions you took while being arrested for another crime.
At The Umansky Law Firm, our Orlando criminal attorneys have the experience to defend against multiple charges, attacking the most severe first in our pursuit of a positive outcome. The fact that you attempted to resist your arrest does not change the fact that you deserve a second chance, and we are here to help you get it. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. We serve clients in Orlando and throughout Central Florida.
What You Need to Know About Resisting Arrest
- What law enforcement says Resisting Arrest is
- Consequences of Resisting Arrest
- Resolving Your Resisting Arrest Charges
Did You Resist Arrest Non-Violently or Violently?
There are two resisting arrest charges: resisting arrest without violence and resisting arrest with violence. Charges of resisting arrest without violence may have been filed against you because you ran away from the police or attempted to hide. Charges of resisting arrest with violence are typically filed because you allegedly used violence in your attempt to evade arrest. If you are accused of attacking a police officer in the process of resisting, you may also be charged with assault or battery on a law enforcement officer.
Defense Against Resisting Arrest and All Related Charges
In order to be charged with resisting arrest, the police usually have attempted to arrest you for something. You may have also been charged with a:
On the Wrong Side of the Law?
Contact Us Day or Night (407) 228-3838
Schedule a free initial consultation with our Florida resisting arrest with or without violence lawyers. We are available anytime, day or night.