Florida criminal defense lawyer Stephen G. Cobb has extensive experience defending clients facing various types of child abuse charges in a wide range of situations.
If you are convicted of child abuse offenses, you may find yourself sentenced anywhere from one (1) year in jail to 40 years in state prison, depending on the severity of the offense and any alleged aggravating factors. In addition to penal consequences, certain types of child abuse convictions can have other long-lasting effects on your life.
At the Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm, attorney Stephen G. Cobb and his legal support team are committed to protecting the rights of those accused of child abuse and other criminal offenses. We will build an aggressive defense in every individual case, so please call us today at (850) 466-1522 to protect your rights and freedom.
- An Overview Of Child Abuse
- What Is Actually Considered As Child Abuse In Florida?
- What Are Some Situations Where Children May Falsely Accuse An Adult Of Abuse?
- What Happens If A Child Recants Allegations Of Abuse?
- What Is The Flow Of Events After A Child Abuse Allegation Is Made?
- What Are The Penalties For A Child Abuse Conviction In Florida?
- How Do You Use SPECT Brain Imaging As A Defense In Child Abuse Cases?
- Bail Or Bond In Florida Child Abuse Cases
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