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Jacksonville Resisting Arrest Lawyer 

Being stopped by law enforcement can be a stressful situation. It’s important to understand your rights and to cooperate with the officer. However, if you’ve been accused of resisting arrest in Jacksonville, you may be facing serious consequences.

Mollo Law Firm is dedicated to protecting your rights and fighting for the best possible outcome in your case. We understand the complexities of Florida resisting arrest laws and will work diligently to defend you.

Why Choose Mollo Law Firm for Your Jacksonville Resisting Arrest Case?

  • Experienced and Knowledgeable: Attorney Al Mollo has extensive experience representing clients facing resisting arrest charges in Jacksonville. We understand the local court system and Florida resisting arrest laws.
  • Skilled Representation: We will provide you with skilled representation throughout the legal process.
  • Investigative Skills: We will thoroughly investigate the details of your case to determine the best course of action.
  • Negotiation Skills: Our attorneys are skilled negotiators and will work to get the charges reduced or dismissed whenever possible.
  • Trial Advocacy: If necessary, we will represent you effectively in court and present a strong defense on your behalf.

Protect Your Rights in Jacksonville

Contact Mollo Law Firm today to schedule a consultation with a Jacksonville resisting arrest lawyer. We will review your case and discuss your legal options. We are committed to helping you navigate this difficult situation and achieve the best possible outcome.

Frequently Asked Questions

Facing resisting arrest charges in Jacksonville can be confusing. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions:

  • My original charges were dropped, will resisting arrest charges still apply?

Yes. Resisting arrest is a separate offense from the reason for the initial arrest. Even if the original charges are dismissed, you could still be convicted of resisting arrest.

  • How can a lawyer defend against resisting arrest charges?

An experienced Jacksonville resisting arrest lawyer can explore several defense options:

  • Self-defense: If the officer didn’t properly identify themself or used excessive force, your actions might be considered reasonable self-defense.

  • Use of excessive force by the officer: Police have specific protocols for arrests. If the officer acted inappropriately, your lawyer can argue that your resistance was a response to their use of excessive force.

Get Help Now

Contact Mollo Law Firm today to schedule a consultation with a Jacksonville resisting arrest lawyer. We will review your case, explore potential defenses, and fight for the best possible outcome.