The attorneys at Pensky & Kim devote a significant part of their practice to criminal defense work. Over the years, our experienced and highly-respected attorneys have handled thousands of criminal defense cases... ranging from criminal traffic cases, to juvenile cases, to misdemeanors, to murder cases... and have compiled an impressive trial record. As a result, our attorneys have substantial courtroom experience including a wealth of hard-earned trial experience. What does this mean for you? It means that by hiring Pensky & Kim you can be confident that your attorney has the knowledge and experience to be able to stand by your side and fight aggressively to protect your legal rights.
Unfortunately, even seemingly minor criminal cases can have lasting consequences, so make sure that you consult with one of our experienced attorneys before you find yourself with a criminal record or spend hundreds... or possible even thousands of dollars... on court costs, fines, higher insurance premiums, probation, restitution, or legal fees at another law firm.
We are qualified to handle any type of criminal charge including, but not limited to, the following:
Animal Cases, Arson, Assault, Battery, Boating Cases, Burglary, Carjacking, Child Abuse & Neglect, Contracting Cases, Criminal Mischief, Disorderly Conduct & Intoxication, Domestic Violence Cases, Drug Offenses, DUI, Firearm Offenses, Fleeing, Fraud Cases, Kidnapping, Littering, Loitering, Manslaughter, Murder, Pornography Cases, Probation Violations, Prostitution, Reckless Driving, Resisting, Robbery, Sex Offenses, Stalking, Suspended License Cases, Tampering, Theft Cases, Trespass, Weapon Offenses, and much more!
Pensky & Kim are Miami criminal attorneys serving clients in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and throughout the rest of Florida. Contact us at 305-571-9800 or toll free at 888-533-5171 for a FREE consultation and to learn more about how our Miami criminal lawyers can help you. We are available 24/7.
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