Orlando Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you are facing the criminal justice system in the greater Orlando area because of misdemeanor or felony charges, you may be confused, worried, and intimidated by the legal process. Being involved in a criminal case, especially if you have never been accused of a crime before, can be one of the most threatening and difficult experiences you will ever face. That is why it is vital that you have the support and counsel of a highly-qualified Orlando criminal defense attorney, such as you will find at the Law Office of Adam Pollack. At our firm, you will be shown dedicated and expert legal service from a professional staff and our founding attorney who has earned the highest standing from the Florida State Bar as a Board-Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer.
Attorney Adam Pollack is a former Assistant Public Defender who has represented thousands of clients accused of crimes. He has extensive experience in bail bond hearings, arraignments, and pre-trial conferences. He has tried over 75 jury trials in both misdemeanor and felony cases and litigated numerous motions to suppress evidence. Furthermore, he has handled numerous appeals for clients, used aggressive negotiation tactics in his cases, trained other public defenders, advised judges on both criminal and appellate matters, and lectured on criminal law. He has over 20 years of experience in handling all types of criminal cases at both the state and federal level, from drug crimes to murder to DUI to sex offenses. Regardless of the charges you are facing, whether assault and battery, drug crimes, internet crimes, violent crimes, weapons charges, or more, you will find an aggressive and committed Orlando criminal defense lawyer and staff at our firm.
Complimentary Consultation with a Criminal Trial Specialist
If you are arrested in Florida or asked to answer questions by law enforcement concerning a crime, you should remember that any oral or written statements that you make will be used as evidence against you in court. If you are in doubt about whether you should talk to an arresting officer or other law enforcement officers, you should wait until you have spoken with an Orlando criminal defense attorney before giving up your right to remain silent.
We recommend that you contact our firm to arrange to speak with our Orlando criminal defense lawyer about your case before answering questions. We provide an initial, free consultation in which we can advise you of your legal rights and options. Following that, we can ensure that you are treated fairly and per the law with an aggressive defense throughout the entire criminal legal process.