How is an environmental crime identified?
Environmental crimes are usually filed when it is believed that an individual or business entity has engaged in the practice of violating environmental laws related to the storage, transportation and disposal of hazardous chemicals or garbage, but are also filed when defendant's engage in activities such as illegal fishing and the illegal collection of lobsters and other crustaceans, Criminal investigations that seek to gather evidence of environmental crimes are being undertaken by the EPA and state agencies throughout Florida. Both state and federal agencies outline various laws that seek to protect the state's waterways, air quality, forests and other precious natural resources from damage caused by hazardous pesticides, chemicals, garbage, and the like. Penalties for environment crimes include heavy fines and imprisonment.
Any individual or organization that is accused of environmental crimes should seek the support of the highly qualified Miami criminal defense attorney Adam Mait for the very best insight into and guidance on how best to defend against criminal accusations involving environmental crimes.
Environmental Crime Defense Support in Miami
Providing a confident defense against environmental crime charges is only possible if your attorney has a full understanding of a wide variety of environmental laws and regulations. Mait Law prides itself on its depth of knowledge in this area, and looks forward to supporting the needs and concerns of any client who is accused of an environmental crime. The firm has built a solid reputation for success by working closely with its clients to learn as much as possible about the accusations, and for taking advantage of and using the many resources at its disposal with an eye on crafting a compelling defense strategy. Without question, Mait Law will provide you with a highly effective and professional criminal defense in cases of environmental crimes.
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if you have been implicated in environmental crimes and want to begin working on a strong defense for an upcoming trial.