Criminal Defense

Bradford Cohen is a Florida Criminal Defense lawyer, limiting his focus to State and Federal cases in Fort Lauderdale, Miami and West Palm Beach. When hiring a Criminal Defense attorney, always review what type of Federal or State Criminal cases they have handled. We list our recent criminal courtroom victories on this site as well as all experience. It is not just price you should be concerned with, but the quality of representation you are going to receive when defending your criminal case. Bradford uses his knowledge of criminal law like an armory of weapons to battle the State and Federal authorities that are accusing you of crimes you may have not committed.

Bradford Cohen is not just your Criminal Defense Lawyer, but your legal champion aggressively fighting for your rights, freedoms and liberty. His job as the guardian of your rights is to stand between the awesome power of the government and you the accused.

Criminal Charges may be filed against someone because of testimony given by witnesses, or physical evidence such as, DNA, fingerprints or drug tests. In some case such as DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, the charges can be filed without the victim pressing charges or recanting prior testimony. Charges can also be initiated by some law enforcement department official with no testimonial witnesses. There are so many intricacies associated with the crimes that are charged against you, that you cannot afford to hire someone with less experience in the court room. In order for you to get the best result in your case you should hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer that has TRIAL experience in both State and Federal Court Systems, like Bradford. Most recently he was the recipient of the 'hat trick award" from the Broward Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, for three NOT GUILTY verdicts on Felony Trials in a row.

Common criminal offenses are:

  • Arrests
  • Assualt/Battery
  • Domestic violence
  • Felonies such as drug or narcotics possession
  • Lewd & Lacivious behavior
  • Misdemeanors
  • Bail
  • Plea bargains
  • Lie detectors tests and DNA testing
  • Traffic and DUI (drunk driving) criminal matters as well as drivers license issues
  • Counseling to individuals facing potential or actual criminal investigation or prosecution
  • Fraud, including farm fraud and federal enforcement of farm programs
  • Search and seizure issues, including search warrants and dealing with the police
  • White collar offenses, including embezzlement, RICO and RTC related litigation
  • Matters considered as quasi-criminal, such as licensing issues with professional or occupational boards and government administrative boards
  • Sentencing, pardon and parole matters

You may have been wrongly accused of a crime you did not commit. Remember, the US government has unlimited resources, you should have a lawyer that has the trial experience to be your criminal defense champion. It is important to retain a criminal defense lawyer that has years of experience in trying similar cases as yours.

If you have been arrested, but criminal charges have yet to be filed with the State Attorney's Office, contact us immediately. In many cases we can provide the case filing State Attorney with information on your criminal case that may significantly reduce the exposure you have on your criminal matter. Effectively getting the case dismissed before you ever have to appear in court. If you have already been charged with a crime, call our office to find out the level offense and the min. and max. calculated using any and all prior arrests and your current arrest in accordance with Florida Statute. State Attorneys are familiar with the criminal defense lawyer's who do not go to trial ask your attorney about their personal trial experience.

I am available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. I protect your rights like they were my own. If someone you know or a relative is incarcerated, upon being retained to handle their criminal matter, my office immediately visits with them to discuss the case. Submit your case for a FREE, no obligation consultation or learn more about a particular aspect of criminal law.