Being charged with any crime is a frightening experience.

This is especially true for a person who has never had contact with the criminal justice system. Suddenly, you find yourself thrust into a world you never imagined you would be a part of. You are subjected to indignities you never thought you would experience. The stress of being the subject of an investigation or the trauma of being arrested and booked into a jail can truly be overwhelming. It will make you question your most basic assumptions about what kind of person you are.

The first three things that go through your mind:

1) How will this affect my job?

2) How will this affect my family?

3) How will this impact the opinion everyone has of me?

A criminal conviction can also impact your ability to rent a home or live in certain communities. If you are not a citizen, a criminal conviction can even get you deported.

Fortunately, there’s a chance that your life can go back to normal. But timing is critical. You need to know your rights under the law and act to protect them immediately.

Don’t wait to get help.

Timely intervention, negotiation, and preparation by an experienced criminal defense attorney are your best option.

Our firm’s practice is exclusively limited to criminal defense in Miami and other cities, with a strong emphasis on the trial phase of legal advocacy. Our criminal defense lawyers have defended a wide range of state and federal criminal cases in Miami, as well as other jurisdictions in Florida. Our trial experience, along with a personal commitment to our clients, combine to offer the prospective client competent representation in a supportive, hands-on environment. As criminal defense attorneys, our philosophy is grounded in the strong belief that our clients should be fully informed about every aspect of their case as it progresses.

Over the past 15 years, we have guided countless people through this emotional and legal maze with two goals in mind:

1) avoiding jail if at all possible, and,

2) avoiding a criminal conviction.

While every case is different, we do everything we can to minimize the effects of a criminal case on your life.

You want to put your case behind you and move on with your life. CALL US NOW for a CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION at (305) 538-4545.

Click here to learn more about our experience and qualifications.

*Due to the large number of people who contact us requesting our assistance, it is strongly suggested that you take the time to provide us with specific details regarding your case by filling out our confidential and secure intake form. The additional details you provide will greatly assist us in responding to your inquiry in a timely and appropriate manner.

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