Straightforward Legal Representation You Can Trust
Hubbs Law Firm assists clients in Miami-Dade County and throughout South Florida with complex criminal defense and immigration law matters. Our Miami-based attorneys, E.J. and Erika Hubbs, are both former prosecutors with years of trial experience. Throughout the course of their expansive careers, they have gained valuable jury trial experience in criminal cases—experience that can directly benefit criminal defendants charged with serious crimes. In addition, both E.J. and Erika Hubbs also have extensive experience representing individuals in removal proceedings for matters such as bonds, individual hearings, and appeals. If you have been arrested, charged with a crime, or are facing deportation/removal, we can help.
Fighting to Protect Your Future
This is your life; don’t go to court unprepared. Reach out to Hubbs Law Firm today to find out what you need to do right now to try to protect yourself from criminal or immigration penalties. Our Miami attorneys are uniquely equipped to help you navigate the legal process for immigration and criminal defense matters.
E.J. Hubbs is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar, a designation by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education earned by less than 1% of all Florida attorneys. Although not all qualified attorneys are Board Certified, those who have earned this important distinction have submitted to testing, an evaluation of their experience, and peer review to ensure their professionalism.
Resolving your case on the best possible terms requires understanding both the direct consequences of the pending criminal charge and the indirect consequences that can last long after the case is resolved. Our team of skilled Miami lawyers can help you understand your legal options and the various pros and cons of each different avenue.
In many criminal cases, the best results come from filing and litigating pre-trial motions to exclude prejudicial evidence, suppress illegally obtained evidence, and dismiss those charged with insufficient evidence. Filing motions often leads to more productive negotiations with the prosecutor. When the case cannot be resolved on a pre-trial, however, Hubbs Law Firm is ready to take your case to trial and fight for a "not guilty" verdict.