Fighting Back Against Criminal Charges

Even misdemeanor crimes have real consequences that can affect your reputation, employability and finances. At Carter Foreman PLLC, we understand that one mistake can negatively impact your life. That is why we research the circumstances around your charge and aggressively challenge the validity of the criminal indictment.

We Are Here To Help

Sometimes life is unpredictable. Mistakes and misunderstandings can snowball into circumstances where you get charged with a crime, such as:

  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Petty theft

We know that it is a stressful situation to face criminal charges. Each attorney at our firm is a compassionate legal ally that will work hard to find positive solutions for your case.

DUI

A charge of driving under the influence (DUI) of a substance can significantly impact your car insurance costs and your ability to drive legally. Contesting your charge or pursuing a reduction of your sentence penalty makes economic sense when you think about the alternative. In addition to the monetary savings, an eliminated or reduced charge will make background checks less stressful.

Marijuana Possession

Possession of cannabis is still illegal in Florida, and the state prosecutes it aggressively. If you are found with a small amount of marijuana, you will at least face a misdemeanor charge. Possession of just one marijuana plant is a felony that can carry up to five years in prison and up to $5,000 in fines.

Call Us Today

Begin your defense against criminal charges. Call Carter Foreman PLLC today at 352-616-7487 or contact us online by using this form to schedule an appointment at either our Spring Hill office or our New Port Richey office.

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Founded in 1987 by David R. Carter, Esq., in New Port Richey, our law firm is a trusted name throughout Florida.

We’re Ready To Assist You

For exceptional service from an established, trusted firm, call 352-616-7487 or contact us through the form below. We have convenient office locations in New Port Richey and Spring Hill, Florida.