College Students Related Offenses
Representation for Young People Facing Criminal Charges
College and high school students facing criminal charges may suffer serious consequences that could affect their eligibility to remain in school, as well their future educational, career, and professional goals. Our firm represents college and high school students from throughout the state of Florida, including students attending Rollins College and the University of Central Florida (UCF).
We understand the power of the law and how a criminal charge can affect a student’s life. Whether plea negotiations are needed to secure the best possible charge and/or sentence or a trial is required, NeJame Law will assess your case fully.
However, other significant evaluations may also be necessary, such as whether a motion needs to be filed seeking dismissal of a case or suppression of evidence or whether pretrial diversion, a court alternative program, presents a viable option for a client.
Our law firm understands the serious repercussions that criminal charges may have on your life or that of a family member or friend. Certain criminal offenses may be considered a crime of “moral turpitude,” which means that not only are your actions facing sanctions and penalties, but your reputation and career may be also at risk, if a conviction is entered on your record.
UCF and other college and high school students can be charged with virtually any kind of crime. However, our defense lawyers frequently find students charged with the following offenses:
Contact Us if You Are a Student Facing Criminal Charges
A college student defense attorney from NeJame Law is available to assist you if you are a current student facing criminal charges. Having handled thousands of cases for clients, our attorneys are appropriately aggressive, compassionate, and knowledgeable to represent you as you face these very important accusations. Our experienced criminal defense team is available to assist and represent you during this difficult and challenging time.
You may call us at (407) 500-0000 or fill out the online form provided on this page.