Practicing or Contracting without a License
Practicing or Contracting Without a License offenses often involve someone
in a professional occupation, such as law or medicine, who is unlicensed
but holds themselves out to be authorized to engage in such activity.
Florida law includes heavy fines and severe criminal penalties, including
potential mandatory/minimum sentences of up to 25 years and maximum potential
sentences of up to LIFE. Mr. Petruzzi has represented numerous individuals
charged with, or under investigation for, Practicing or Contracting Without
a License by State authorities. His experience and knowledge serves as
an invaluable asset to his clients.
To arrange for a free and confidential consultation with respect to any
State Practicing or Contracting Without a License offense, contact our
office at (305)-3770-6550.
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Florida Practicing or Contracting Without a License offenses are investigated
and prosecuted by various State and Local law enforcement agencies. Some
common Florida Statutes criminalizing Practicing or Contracting Without
a License include:
Any person not licensed or otherwise authorized to practice law in this
state who practices law in this state or holds himself or herself out
to the public as qualified to practice law in this state, or who willfully
pretends to be, or willfully takes or uses any name, title, addition,
or description implying that he or she is qualified, or recognized by
law as qualified, to practice law in this state, commits a felony of the
third degree, punishable as provided in s.
775.083, or s.