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University of Central Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

 

Central Florida Criminal Defense.  Criminal defense in Orlando, UCF Criminal Defense, and surrounding areas.University of Central Florida is the nation’s second largest University and is located in East Orlando in Orange County, Florida.   In addition to the Highway Patrol and Orange County Sheriff's Office, University of Central Florida has its own police force, the University of Central Florida Police Department.  The University of Central Florida Police Department is a small agency operating in and around the campus of UCF in Orange County, Florida.

 

Crime in and around the University of Central Florida has historically been low, however there has been a recent rash of violent crimes that has resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of law enforcement personnel in the area.  Common criminal offenses at UCF are: UCF dui, UCF robbery offenses, UCF battery offenses, UCF theft offenses, UCF burglary offenses, UCF weapons offenses, UCF gang offenses, and UCF sexual battery (date rape) offenses.

 

If you have been arrested by the University of Central Florida Police Department you will most likely first be transported to one of three location: 1) The Orange County Jail (for the vast majority of crimes, 2) The DUI breath center, or DUI mobile breath center (if you have been arrested for driving under the influence, or 3) An investigation station where the police will attempt to conduct an interrogation with you.  If the police are interested in conducting an interrogation of you, it is extremely important that you cooperate with any interview that they request, at this point you have already been arrested and any information that you may provide to them will lessen your legal defense at trial.  If you are arrested, and the police attempt to question you, invoke your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and ask for an attorney.  At this point all questioning of you should cease according to the law.

 

If you have been arrested for a criminal offense in University of Central Florida, it is very important to invoke your legal rights and to reach out to a University of Central Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer as soon as possible.  Whether your University of Central Florida criminal offense is: an University of Central Florida murder offense, University of Central Florida driving with a suspended license, University of Central Florida burglary, University of Central Florida dui, University of Central Florida grand theft, University of Central Florida petit theft, or any University of Central Florida drug crimes; this does not change the importance of safeguarding your legal rights.  Contact Brian Byrd, at ByrdLaw, PA Criminal Defense for a free consultation in reference to your University of Central Florida criminal offense.