Child Abuse Lawyer Serving Florida
Charged with Child Abuse?
If you or someone you know is facing a child abuse charge, it is vital to immediately contact an experienced Florida criminal defense lawyer to assist in preparing a defense. A Child abuse conviction carries steep penalties, which can include heavy fines, imprisonment, loss of your children, and mandatory parental counseling. The severity of this charge requires quick and aggressive action on the part of your legal counsel to protect your rights. At Bogle Law, our legal team can work one on one with you to obtain all of the facts surrounding the charges and conduct a meticulous investigation as to any evidence the prosecutor may have against you.
In Florida, child abuse charges can stem from as little as a spanking all the way to an actual physical assault on a child. Factors such as mental cruelty, physical abuse, neglect and others are all possibly seen as child abuse in the eyes of the law. A strong defense to fight these charges is required in order to preserve your freedom and family.
Aggressive Child Abuse Attorney
Florida courts and law enforcement take any child abuse charges very seriously and will pursue a conviction aggressively. In order to prevent your children being taken from their home and you being subjected to jail and other damaging effects, retaining a reputable and competent criminal defense lawyer will enable you to mount an effective defense against these charges. If you live in Charlotte County, South Sarasota County or Arcadia and have been arrested for child abuse, contact Attorney Tauna R. Bogle P.A. She is a Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney and a former State Prosecutor. Tauna will review all evidence against you and conduct an investigation as needed. Due to the urgency of the charges, we highly recommend you contact our office quickly so that we may begin our strategy for your defense and protect your rights.
Call immediatelyto schedule your free initial consultation if you have been arrested or charged with Child Abuse.