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Naples Criminal Defense

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Naples Criminal Defense

Experienced Criminal Defense

The attorneys at Musca Law have over 100 years of combined experience in criminal defense matters. If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, it is imperative that you seek the counsel of an experienced defense attorney who will give you the best possible chance to fight the charges against you.

  • Protect Your Freedom & Reputation
  • Craft a Strategy To Reduce Or Dismiss Charges
  • Aggressively Fight For The Best Possible Outcome

Our team of experienced defense lawyers will craft a solid defense strategy to defend your rights and protect your freedom. Contact our office today to request a free case evaluation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.

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Naples Office
2650 Airport Road South, Suite H
Naples, Florida 34112
Phone: 239-793-5297

If you have been arrested on suspicion of a crime in Naples, you may be facing incarceration, heavy fines, the creation of a criminal record and a number other penalties. It is important that you contact an experienced Naples criminal defense attorney who will give you the best possible chance to fight the charges by crafting a solid defense strategy. At Musca Law, our criminal defense lawyers handle all state and federal crimes, felonies and misdemeanors, including, but not limited to:

About Naples, FL

Naples is the seat of Collier County. It is located on U.S. Highway 41 between Fort Myers to the north and Miami to the east. Naples was incorporated back in the late 1880s and has grown because of tourism and its proximity to Ten Thousand Islands. It only consists of approximately 12 square miles of land, but according to the 2010 U.S. Census, 19,537 people call Naples home. Local residents are protected by the Naples police department, which provides round-the-clock crime prevention and patrols.

Law Enforcement in Naples

The Patrol Division of the Naples Police Department consists of four squads, each with eight officers and one sergeant. The day-shift squads are supported and complemented by various specialty units and the night shift patrols utilize the K-9 team. These units are tasked with responding to calls for help and with initiating crime prevention efforts.

Crimes in Naples

In general, Naples has a relatively low crime rate. According to statistics gathered by City-Data.com, the U.S. average crime index is 307.5 while the crime index in Naples is only 170.3. In the year 2011 there was one homicide, one reported rape, six robberies, 47 assaults, 73 burglaries, 526 thefts, and 16 auto thefts. There are, however, a large number of registered sex offenders living in Naples. The 215 registered offenders living in Naples means that one out of every 103 residents has been convicted of a felony sex crime or of multiple misdemeanor sex offenses.

What to Do after Your Arrest

After providing your name and address, it is advisable to remain silent and not carry on a conversation with police officers. Law enforcement officers could employ a number of different tactics to secure an admission of guilt from you or any other information that may sound or seem self-incriminating. They may attempt to engage you in casual conversation about your case or persuade you to cooperate with the investigation. It is important to not take the bait. Once you have been read your rights, everything you say can and will be used against you. Beyond requesting to speak with your lawyer, it is not in your best interest to say anything at all.

Questions for Your Attorney

When you meet with your Naples defense attorney, it is important that you are open and honest about your situation. Your lawyer will need to be well informed in order to build a solid defense. Once your defense attorney understands the specifics of your case, he or she will be able to answer your questions. Ask about the consequences you face, how long your trial may take and if there are alternative sentencing options available. Every case is different and there may be different legal options available depending on your criminal history and the circumstances of your case. In general, individuals who have a clean record and who have been accused of committing a nonviolent crime will have a greater chance of avoiding jail time.

You Can Fight the Charges

The U.S. Constitution protects your right to a fair trial. Before accepting a plea deal or discussing your case with law enforcement officials, make sure you talk with an experienced Naples defense lawyer. The experienced Naples criminal defense attorneys at Musca Law are conveniently located on Airport Road South. Please contact us for a free, comprehensive and confidential consultation.

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