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Palm Beach County, Florida, Criminal Defense Lawyers

If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor by either the state or federal government contact the skilled and experienced criminal defense attorneys at the law firm of King | Morse. We have the experience, knowledge, and resources to effectively defend you against criminal charges. Securing the services of a high-quality criminal defense team can save you months or years of anguish.

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, do not wait to speak with a lawyer. Contact King | Morse, today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your legal matter.

Juvenile Law

We are committed to providing exceptional legal defense for youth who are vulnerable to the excesses of the juvenile legal system and prosecutors. We believe that helping a child avoid a criminal conviction can mean the difference between further troubles with the law, and becoming a productive citizen. Don’t put your child’s future into the hands of an attorney inexperienced with juvenile criminal defense law and the juvenile criminal court system. The lawyers at King | Morse, have extensive experience with all aspects of juvenile crimes, including detention hearings, trials, probation violations, deferred prosecution, and alternative sentencing. It is important to hire an attorney that understands the distinct and special laws that apply to juveniles and the juvenile courts. We stay in touch with you and provide thorough legal explanations. Most importantly, we are dedicated to helping your child get the most effective juvenile criminal defense available.

Probation Violations

948.06. Violation of probation or community control; revocation; modification; continuance; failure to pay restitution or cost of supervision

Sealing Or Expunging Your Criminal Record

A criminal charge on your record can foreclose employment, scholastic, or housing options. Expungement is when a legal record of a criminal charge is erased under the legal system. If you qualify to have your charge expunged, no arrest or charge will appear if a potential employer, educational institution, or government agency conducts a background search of your public records. The law firm of King | Morse, has handled numerous expungements and will act quickly to file the necessary paperwork to ensure your charge is promptly sealed/expunged. The attorneys know which documents and motions must be filed with the correct agencies and courts. You will never be required to appear in court as the attorneys handle all court appearances.

Contact King | Morse, at 561-489-5056 today or email us to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your felony charges.