Sitting in the back seat of a police car after a criminal arrest can be both humiliating and frightening. Questions race through a person's mind: Is this a valid arrest? How can I defend myself against this charge? How will this affect my future?
Even a minor criminal charge can sometimes shadow a person indefinitely. Even if a case is never prosecuted or is eventually dismissed, we live in a digital age when electronic databases of arrest records can easily be accessed by anyone with a little technical knowledge.
More than a quarter of a billion people were arrested in the U.S. between 1994 and 2014. Approximately one-third of all adults in the U.S. have been entered into the FBI's master criminal database. The consequences of having an arrest record can last a lifetime.
In today's era of background checks, opportunities for employment, education, or housing may also be restricted or denied because of a criminal record.
After an arrest, the prosecutors will build a case while focusing on winning a conviction — and they will employ a battery of resources. A defendant must counter by building a case focused on winning an acquittal or dismissal — and employ his or her own resources, including a skilled criminal defense attorney in Miami, FL..
Prominent Criminal Defense Attorney in Miami, FL
Hubbs Law is a prominent criminal defense law firm in Miami, FL. E.J. Hubbs has the experience and knowledge to aggressively defend criminal charges against clients who live in Miami. Miami-Dade County, and the surrounding areas of South Florida.
E.J. Hubbs is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in criminal trial law. Certification is the highest level of evaluation by the Florida Bar of competency and experience within a particular area of law and reflects professionalism and ethics in practice.
Attorney E.J. Hubbs helps his clients fight for the best possible outcome and serves as an advocate for his clients by employing his resources on their behalf in both misdemeanor and felony cases of:
- Record Sealing and Expunction
Every criminal case is different, with its own set of unique circumstances. Hubbs Law is equipped with the knowledge, experience, and resources to mount an aggressive defense for each of our clients while seeking the most favorable outcome for them.
With an office centrally located in the City of South Miami, Hubbs Law represents clients throughout all of Miami-Dade County, including the cities of Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Hialeah, Miami Springs, Doral, Kendall, Pinecrest, and Homestead, as well as unincorporated areas of the county.
If you have been charged with a crime or if you suspect that you may soon be charged, your reputation and your future are at stake, so you should discuss your situation with a skilled criminal defense attorney right away.
At Hubbs Law, your initial consultation is free. Before you make a decision to hire us, we can explain the charges you face, the penalties imposed if convicted, and the options you have.
You may be eligible for a pre-trial intervention program, which could allow you to avoid a trial. An experienced attorney may be able to find mistakes made by the police during an arrest that could result in a reduction or dismissal of charges, which could help you avoid the shadow of a criminal conviction. In other cases, we may be able to arrange a plea bargain or we may decide that the best course of action for you is to go to trial.
Call Hubbs Law today at (305) 615-5945
to schedule an appointment to discuss your criminal case. E.J. Hubbs is a prominent criminal defense attorney in Miami. He is ready to help you fight for the best possible resolution in your case.
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