The assumption of innocence is one of basic main rights as Americans. No matter the circumstances, the criminal defense attorneys at Perez LaSure Law will assist you with your case. With a great deal of experience as criminal defense attorneys in Florida, it is our goal to challenge all charges against you and provide you with the help you deserve both in and out of court. One of our educated criminal defense attorneys will thoroughly examine your case and provide you with a strong defense. A properly prepared defense from a qualified attorney could reduce penalties and charges, or even dismiss charges completely.


At Perez LaSure Law, we have the knowledge and resources required to handle a variety of criminal law cases, including:

  • First time DUI
  • Drug arrests
  • Criminal Traffic
  • Arson
  • Probation Violation
  • Juvenile Crimes
  • Weapon Charges
  • Burglary
  • Domestic Violence
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Assault & Battery



Misdemeanors, both in the State and Federal courts, are cases for which a Defendant can receive no more than one year in jail. Although many view misdemeanors as minor offenses, any criminal arrest is serious. Furthermore, even those with no prior record should be concerned about an arrest of any kind and how it will affect their future. At Perez LaSure Law, our attorneys have the capabilities to handle a variety of misdemeanor cases, including cases involving theft, domestic battery, DUI, and probation violations.



Felonies are criminal matters in Florida or in the Federal system that have a term of incarceration of more than one year. There are generally four degrees of felonies in Florida: Life felonies, and felonies of First, Second, and Third degrees. First degree murder is the only offense in Florida that has the potential to result in the death penalty. The federal system has an even wider variety of potential felony offenses. In both State and Federal Courts, the three most common types of felonies are theft, crimes of drugs, or violence.


There are felonies for which first time offenders can receive a disposition,  which would not result in “guilty” conviction. Once a person has been convicted of a felony, it is permanently on their record unless pardoned by the Governor or the President. A felony conviction results in the loss of many constitutional rights, including the right to vote, bear arms, serve in the military, and severely limits the types of jobs that you may be able to hold in the future.


We Believe in Innocence Until Proven Guilty

It is the job of the court system to demonstrate that an individual committed a wrongdoing, meaning that you are innocent until proven guilty. Our goal is to keep our clients informed of their legal rights, and provide them with options and guidance at every step along the way. If you are being charged with a criminal act, please contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Perez LaSure Law for an initial consultation. We will utilize our extensive knowledge and expertise in your defense to assure your case is settled in positive terms.