Penalties for Criminal Conviction of Extortion

Extortion crimes in Florida are second degree felonies. According to Florida Statute §775.082, a second degree felony conviction can result in a prison sentence of up to five years. There are other scenarios where your penalties could be enhanced, and it is important that you are not wrongfully convicted of a crime that you did not commit. Our firm can provide you with the defense representation that you need, and you can be sure that we will stand by you and work with you towards the outcome that you desire.

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At Thomas & Paulk, P.A., we are a leading Tampa criminal defense firm that represents the criminally accused residents of Tampa, Florida and the surrounding areas. We have experience in many different scenarios involving criminal defense, and whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense, you can be sure that we will work to provide you with the representation that you need.

Over more than 10 years of practice, we have handled more than 7,000 criminal cases. This is substantial experience that few other law firms can offer as a resource to their clients. You can be sure that we understand the process, and that we will work with you to pursue the results that you need. Let us put our extensive experience to work for you.

Contact our firm today to discuss your situation, and to begin pursuing the results that you need for your case.

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