Principal in the First Degree
If you have been arrested for Principal in the first degree, you need a Miami or Fort Lauderdale criminal lawyer. Contact us today for a free consultation.
As a Principal to a crime, you can be sentenced to the same amount of time as the individual who did the actual crime. If you assisted a person in committing a grand theft, you too can go to prison for 5 years or more, and be held responsible for paying the victim back for their stolen goods.
The consequences are serious, and require a strong criminal attorney by your side. We have offices conveniently located in downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale, and one of our lawyers is available to speak to you today. Just contact us now and you can speak directly and confidentially with our criminal attorneys.
Below is the law in Miami and Fort Lauderdale for Principal in the First Degree:
777.011 Principal in first degree.–Whoever commits any criminal offense against the state, whether felony or misdemeanor, or aids, abets, counsels, hires, or otherwise procures such offense to be committed, and such offense is committed or is attempted to be committed, is a principal in the first degree and may be charged, convicted, and punished as such, whether he or she is or is not actually or constructively present at the commission of such offense.
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
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- Driving with a Suspended License
- Criminal Drug Defense
- Federal Crimes
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- Seal and Expunge Criminal Records
- Organized Fraud
- Domestic Violence
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- Accessory / Attempt / Solicitation/
- Principal in the First Degree
- Sexual Battery/Lewd Conduct
- Child Abuse/Neglect
- White Collar Crime
- Assault and Battery