Frost Law is committed to helping you with your Florida criminal case. As a former prosecutor, Chad Frost is experienced in criminal law and knows how to defend against all types of criminal charges. As a Criminal Defense Attorney, he is committed to standing by you throughout your case.
No matter what the charges are that you're facing, it's important to speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to begin building your best defense.
This page contains an overview of just some of the criminal charges that Frost Law can help defend you against.
For a full list of Florida criminal charges that we defend against or to schedule a free consultation, contact our office today at (407) 670-5569.
Crimes We Defend Against at Frost Law
- Assault and Battery
- Burglary of a Dwelling
- Burglary of Structure of Conveyance
- Possession of Burglary Tools
- Drug Possession
- Sale or Delivery of a Controlled Substance
- Drug Trafficking
- Drug Trafficking in Marijuana
- Drug Trafficking in Cocaine
- Drug Trafficking in Pills
- Drug Trafficking in Heroin
Assault and Battery
- Driving With a Suspended License
- Reckless Driving
- Domestic Violence
- Petit Theft
- Grand Theft
- Employee Theft
- Dealing In Stolen Property
- Sealing & Expungement
- Carrying a Concealed Weapon
- Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon
DUI & Traffic Crimes
Sealing and Expungement
Florida Criminal Defense Resources
The Life of a Criminal Case
Whether this is your first offense or you've been through a criminal charge before, it is important to understand how criminal cases are processed in Florida and what your rights are. Visit our section on the Life of Criminal Case for your complete guide to understanding the different aspects of a criminal case, the timing involved, and what to expect throughout the process.
Track Your Case
If you have been charged with a crime in Central Florida, it is important to understand the charges being brought against you. To check the status of your case at any time, visit our Track Your Case page to view the status and latest information on your case.
For first-time offenders, diversion programs can be a great resolution for your criminal case. Diversion programs often end with your case being dismissed following the completion of the program. If this is your first offense, please visit our resources outlining the different Diversion Programs in Florida and contact Frost Law for a free case review.
There are two main types of diversion programs in Florida, Pre-Trial Diversion (PTD) programs which are run by the State Attorney's Office and Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) programs which are run by the court.
Scoresheets & Penalties
The State is required to use a Scoresheet when determining the possible penalty resulting from a felony charge. Scoresheets are used as a guideline for the sentencing of defendants based on their prior history, the charge(s) in question and other factors. To learn more about how Scoresheets are calculated and what items are considered, visit our Florida Scoresheets page.