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I have dedicated most of my 30-year career to aggressively fighting for clients when they are threatened with jail and other criminal penalties. I began my career as a prosecutor in 1987. I became a private attorney in 1991 and have been a managing partner or solo practitioner since 1992. I have seen every sort of issue, ranging from traffic tickets to DUI to drug trafficking and murder. I also represent people who have been notified that they are under investigation for any reason.
I worked as a prosecutor and have handled more than 125 jury trials over the years. Let my knowledge of the system work for you.
I represent clients in federal and state criminal court. I also represent corporate entities for investigations, trials, appeals, and sentencing guidelines. I work with clients in post-conviction issues, tax matters, regulatory proceedings, and administrative & professional disciplinary proceedings as well. Speak with me today to learn more about how I can assist you with your case.
I work for clients in a wide range of proceedings and matters, with a special focus on criminal law in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Contact my firm at 305-804-2436 (available 24/7) or online to schedule a free initial consultation about the services I can proved you. My offices are conveniently located in Miami and Sunny Isles. Mass transit options are available. I can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for emergencies. We take credit cards and can make payment plans. Se habla Español. We speak Russian, Ukrainian and Slovak.
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STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Miami, Florida
Hand picked as one of the 33 new Assistant State Attorneys in August of 1987 among over 1,000 applications. Investigations, charging decisions, motions, litigation and trials on behalf of the State of Florida for Miami-Dade County. Cases handled ranged from D.U.I. to murder in one of the busiest prosecuting offices in the country.