Criminal Investigations In Miami
No matter the type of criminal offense you have been accused of committing, there will be a series of follow-up investigations that occur. For crimes that have taken place in the city of Miami, the Miami Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Section is responsible for examining the scene of the alleged offense, collecting evidence, identifying any potential offenders and then preparing the case for trial. There are specific investigators within this unit for more serious crimes including auto theft, burglary, sexual assault, domestic violence and homicide.
Types Of Investigations
There are a great number of investigative agencies that can get involved alongside the Miami Police, including the FBI, DEA, ATF, ICE, Department of Homeland Security, IRS, Florida Department of Revenue, Florida Department of Corrections and others.
If you are facing any of the following types of investigations, you will need an aggressive Miami criminal defense attorney:
Attorney Petruzzi Has Extensive Experience Protecting Clients From Investigators
Having spent over 25 years representing clients facing criminal accusations in Miami, attorney Paul D. Petruzzi is extremely well-equipped to handle your criminal investigation. The sooner you retain his legal services, the sooner he can begin his own investigation of your case and create a solid defense strategy on your behalf.
As a 10.0 Superb rated lawyer on Avvo and a lawyer ranked AV Preeminent* for his ethical and professional practices, he has a history of success helping those facing even the most serious of criminal investigations. Protect your rights and hire a Miami criminal attorney who truly cares about your future and your freedom.
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