A felony conviction could have a serious impact upon your life. The loss of your civil rights will include your right to vote, your ability to sit on a jury, and your right to own, use, or possess a firearm.
Convicted felons are often prohibited from employment in occupations involving the handling of money or valuables.
A felony crime conviction can also be a significant stumbling block if you later decide to pursue a professional field of employment, such as medicine, nursing, teaching, real estate, financial services, or the practice of law. If you are already licensed in a particular profession, a felony crime conviction could result in a review of your "character and fitness", jeopardizing your ability to continue to work in that field.
In the State of Florida the degrees of felony crimes include:
Felony crime charges may include, but are not limited to:
David Kaplow, aggressively defends the legal rights of those charged with a felony criminal offense, while addressing all related issues that should be taken into consideration when defending your legal rights and freedoms.
Phone: (772) 221-2100
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David Kaplow received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton, his Master of Arts degree from the University of Chicago, and his Juris Doctor from Florida State University.
For over 20 years, David Kaplow has been practicing criminal defense law on the Treasure Coast. When he began his career as an Assistant Public Defender, David Kaplow successfully defended his clients with dedication and compassion. He was quickly promoted to handle major felony charges while serving as the head of the Misdemeanor Division in Martin County.
David Kaplow has helped thousands of clients charged with both misdemeanors and felonies. He also has extensive experience representing clients in jury trials on charges ranging from misdemeanor offenses such as DUI, domestic battery and retail theft, to more serious felonies like drug sales, aggravated battery, sexual offenses, attempted murder and murder.