We can help
As a former prosecutor at the Office of The Miami-Dade State Attorney, Attorney Charif will be able to advise you, present alternatives, and lay out a clear defense trial strategy, including motions to reveal confidential informants, and investigation of witnesses, depositions of witnesses and, motions to exclude evidence and statements, and trial strategy. With many jury trials, retired FBI investigators on staff, and years of experience on both sides of the courtroom, we can help.
We Practice in Federal and State Court
Attorney Charif regularly practices in the Florida Courts, and has represented many Clients charged with offenses throughout Florida, including Narcotics Trafficking, Homicide, Robbery, Sexual Battery, Felony Contracting Without A License, Domestic Violence.
If you have been charged with a crime, call us right away for your 100% free consultation. We practice in Florida, Massachusetts, and the Federal Courts.
OUR PROCESS BEGINS WITH Personalized Case Analysis
Every case begins with a meeting and personal discussion of the facts. From this information, we begin to list documents and people things to find in our investigative process.
Investigation and Discovery
Investigation - team of specialized investigators, former FBI and treasury agents. They find witnesses and secure evidence and statements.
Discovery - Review everything available from the government about their case
Negotiations are more art than science. A full discussion would require an entire website, treatise, book or perhaps volumes. Suffice to say, all efforts to obtain satisfactory results are made before making a decision to proceed to trial.
Motion litigation may consist of motions to exclude evidence due to illegal search by the government, or motions to exclude statements extracted illegally by the police. Additional motions may be filed in particular cases.
Trial includes preparation. Anticipation of the government's case, punching sufficient holes, and shifting the playing surface through use of the information gained in the discovery and investigative stages. Trial is not a competition, it is a presentation with winners and losers.