Capital Felonies: High-Caliber Defense For High-Stakes Cases

Capital felonies are the most serious category of criminal offense in Florida. They include not only first-degree murder — which can result in the death penalty — but also crimes punishable by life in prison without the possibility of parole.

When facing such high-stakes charges, you need a legal team you can trust with your rights and future. You will find experienced and aggressive advocates at Henderson & Raybon, PLLC. Based in Milton, our attorneys have more than 30 years of invaluable experience in criminal law:

  • Lawyer Tony Henderson has devoted his entire career to defending the rights of the accused. A former public defender, he has vast experience in the trenches of Florida's criminal justice system.
  • Attorney Lori Raybon is a former prosecutor. She understands how both sides approach criminal cases. Now, she applies that insight to help clients fight the charges.

We Know How To Sway Juries

Our attorneys are respected among local courts and colleagues. We have tried hundreds of criminal cases, including capital felonies. Our lawyers understand how to persuade juries through compelling presentations. What's more, prosecutors know we aren't afraid to take cases to trial. This means you can rest assured that your case is in the right hands.

We always fight to win. Let us fight for you.

We handle both state and federal charges such as:

  • First-degree murder
  • Capital sexual battery
  • Capital felony murder
  • Capital drug trafficking
  • Capital drug manufacturing or importation

In addition to capital offenses, we also handle felonies and misdemeanors at all levels.

Make The Right Choice

With your freedom and life on the line, your choice of defense attorney is a critical one. Make the right decision by calling our office at 850-462-4521 or sending us an email. Your initial consultation is free of charge.

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