Defending Florida Tourists Charged With Crimes

Tourist CrimesNumerous people travel to Orlando each year to visit Disney World, Universal Studios and other tourist attractions in the surrounding areas. If something happens on your vacation that results in criminal charges being filed against you, it can ruin your trip and leave you wondering when you will be able to leave Florida to go home.

Criminal defense lawyer Jonathan Rose has more than a decade of experience helping tourists who have been accused of committing crimes in Florida. Mr. Rose offers efficient, cost-effective services for all types of tourist crimes, including:

  • Possession of drugs such as marijuana and prescription pain relievers
  • Shoplifting and other theft crimes
  • Sex offenses such as traveling to meet a minor
  • Assault or battery
  • Driving under the influence
  • Reckless driving and vehicular assault
  • Domestic violence

As a former prosecutor, defense lawyer Jonathan Rose understands how the state handles criminal offenses involving tourists. Understanding the Florida criminal justice system enables him to work efficiently to resolve your case as quickly as possible, while minimizing the impact on your life. Call 866-371-5615 for a free initial consultation of up to one hour.

When Can I Return To My Home State Or Country?

Your ability to return home before your case is resolved depends on the type of charges filed against you. In most situations, however, you are able to return home. Mr. Rose uses videoconferencing to communicate with his out-of-state or international clients as needed. This allows you and Mr. Rose to stay connected while your case is resolved.

Many cases can be resolved without the need to return to Florida or ever appear in court, allowing you to move past a difficult time in your past with minimum impact on your future.

Talk To A Criminal Defense Attorney Today

The best way to begin working toward a resolution to your case is to speak with Mr. Rose in a free initial consultation*. To schedule yours, please call Jonathan Rose, Attorney at Law, at 866-371-5615, or send Mr. Rose an email.

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* Consultation is free for the first hour.