When a professional faces criminal charges in Miami or is under investigation, there is much more at stake than in the average criminal case—even if it is just a misdemeanor offense. In addition to the immediate concerns of a potential loss of liberty, damage to reputation, and the effect an arrest or prosecution can have on a person’s family, the professional can face the prospect of losing their job or being disciplined by a licensing or regulatory entity. It is imperative that your attorneys take a holistic view of your legal situation, keeping all the moving parts in mind when defending your case. Sometimes, a specific disposition of a case or defense can be perfectly acceptable for the vast majority of clients but can end another client’s career. Just as the facts of each case are unique, so are our clients.

Experience Representing Professionals

Our criminal attorneys in Miami have represented hundreds of professionals over the years, whether they are bankers, professional athletes, television personalities, stockbrokers, insurance agents, doctors, or lawyers. A case that would be a minor concern for some like shoplifting, for example, could be a career ender for a client in the banking profession, which is highly regulated under the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (FDIA).  Likewise, a domestic violence conviction can wreak havoc on both your personal and professional life.  Needless to say, the stakes are even higher for clients under investigation for federal crimes. We understand our clients’ desire to put their cases behind them as quickly as possible, but at the same time, we must be confident that our advice and actions on your behalf do not have unintended consequences.

Professionals Need Professional Representation

Another understandable concern that our clients have when facing criminal charges is the possible effect on their reputation, employment, or personal life. As a professional, you want to be represented by a professional who not only understands the privileged and confidential nature of the services rendered but also understands your need to have your attorneys exercise the utmost discretion when handling your case. To the extent permitted by law, we will appear for you in court without you needing to be present. We will exclusively communicate with you as our client unless you specifically authorize us to communicate with a third party regarding your case. Additionally, when we communicate with you, it will be within the parameters that you dictate to minimize the chances of unintended disclosure to third parties.

Over the years, we have represented thousands of clients in a wide range of cases. There is a good chance that we have a working knowledge and familiarity with both your type of case, as well as with your specific professional needs and concerns. Feel free to browse through the results section of our site for a representative sample of some of our past cases and the results we have achieved for our clients.

Contact an Experienced Defense Attorney

By taking the immediate action of hiring an attorney to defend yourself, you are minimizing the chances that your criminal case will have lasting consequences for your career, personal life, and reputation.

CALL US NOW for a CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION at (305) 538-4545,  or simply take a moment to fill out our confidential and secure intake form.* The additional details you provide will greatly assist us in responding to your inquiry.


*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.