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Hubbs Law immigration & criminal attorneys

Hubbs Law practices primarily in criminal and immigration law. Hubbs Law attorneys, E.J. and Erika Hubbs, are both former prosecutors with over twenty years of combined legal experience. During this time, E.J. and Erika Hubbs have gained valuable jury trial experience in criminal cases that can directly benefit a criminal defendant who is charged with a crime. In addition, E.J. and Erika Hubbs also have extensive experience representing individuals in removal proceedings for matters such as bond, individual hearings, and appeals. Hubbs Law handles all types of criminal and immigration cases in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of South Florida.

Hubbs Law offers free consultations for all criminal cases and some immigration cases. Call (305) 665-9040 to book your consultation today.

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Criminal Defense and Immigration Lawyer in Miami, FL

Hubbs Law attorneys, E.J. and Erika Hubbs have focused their practice on criminal defense, DUI defense and immigration law in Miami, FL. Their regular office hours are 9 to 5 from Monday through Friday by appointment only. In some cases, a consultation can be made after normal business hours and during weekends and holidays.

Call the office to speak directly with Attorney E.J. Hubbs or Erika Hubbs. During the initial phone consultation, you can set up an appointment in person to receive quality legal advice about your case.

This is your life. Don’t go to court unprepared. Call today to find out what you need to do right now to try to protect yourself from criminal or immigration penalties. For criminal and immigration advice in Miami-Dade County or the surrounding areas of South Florida, Hubbs Law is ready to help you fight for the best result in your case.

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Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar

E.J. Hubbs is recognized as a board certified specialist in criminal trial law by the Florida Bar. Less than 5 percent of attorneys in Florida have earned a designation as "board certified" by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education. 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.

As experienced criminal defense attorneys, E.J. Hubbs and the attorneys at Hubbs Law represent clients in felony, misdemeanor, and DUI cases throughout Miami and the surrounding areas in South Florida. Many of our criminal defense clients have no prior criminal record. The stakes are particularly high and potentially career ending for certain types of professional including: lawyers, doctors and nurses in the health care profession; law enforcement officers and civilian employees at these agencies; and members of the military.

As immigration and deportation attorneys, we are also experienced in representing men and women who are not U.S. citizens and face serious immigration consequences after a criminal accusation. Even high school, college and graduate students accused of a crime, regardless of whether the incident occurred on or off campus, can face a disciplinary action that can impact their educational opportunities for years to come.

Resolving the case on the best possible terms requires understanding both the direct consequences of the pending criminal charge and the indirect consequence that can last long after the case is resolved. E.J. Hubbs and his team of skilled Miami defense lawyers help clients understand the pros and cons of entering various diversion programs offered by the State Attorney's Office. When eligible, our criminal defense attorneys can help clients seal or expunge any record of the arrest or prosecution.

In many of these cases, the best results come from filing and litigating pre-trial motions to exclude prejudicial evidence, motions to suppress illegally obtained evidence, and motions to dismiss charged with insufficient evidence. Filing motions often leads to more productive negotiations with prosecutor. When the case cannot be resolved on a pre-trial, E.J. Hubbs and the defense attorneys at Hubbs Law are ready to take the case to trial to fight for the "not guilty" verdict.

If you need to talk to an immigration, deportation, or criminal defense attorney about your case, call Hubbs Law, P.A., to talk to one of our Miami attorneys. Call (305) 665-9040 today.

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