Bay County, Florida is home to sandy beaches, luxury resorts, and approximately 168,000 residents with generally carefree attitudes. However, getting arrested or facing criminal charges in Bay County can put an immediate damper on your life. Facing any type of criminal case can be extremely stressful, especially since most people are not familiar with the criminal justice process. Whether you have been accused of a traffic violation or a violent crime, you will have to attend criminal proceedings and stand before a judge at the courthouse in Panama City. It is imperative that you have an experienced Bay County criminal defense attorney representing you in court and protecting your rights.
Stephen G. Cobb of the Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm is a board certified criminal trial attorney who has 25 years of experience helping clients defend against criminal charges in Bay County and surrounding areas. If you have any type of criminal matter, please contact our office for help today.
Common Types Of Criminal Cases In Bay County
The following are examples of types of criminal cases the Cobb Criminal Defense Law Firm handles on a regular basis:
- Traffic-related offenses—DUI, speeding, driving without a valid license, and much more
- Drug-related crimes—possession, possession with intent to distribute, sales, and more
- Wide range of offenses involving firearms or weapons
- White collar crimes—embezzlement, fraud, forgery, and more
- Property crimes—theft, arson, burglary, trespass
- Crimes against a person—assault, sex offenses, homicide
Convictions for any criminal offense will have consequences, which can range from fines to years in state prison. Whether you are facing a traffic ticket or allegations of a violent crime, an experienced attorney can help limit—or even eliminate—the penalties you face.
Contact An Experienced Bay County Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
It is always important to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible following your arrest so that your attorney can begin investigating your case and building your defense. An attorney can also represent you in communications with law enforcement officer, prosecutors, and in front of the judge, ensuring that your rights are not violated and that you do not accidentally say something that may be incriminating. Contact attorney Stephen G. Cobb for a free consultation as soon as possible.