About Hubbs Law, P.A.
Hubbs Law was founded in 2014 by Miamia criminal and immigration attorney E.J. Hubbs. E.J.’s wife and partner, attorney Erika Hubbs also joined the firm. Hubbs Law criminal and immigration attorneys focus almost exclusively on representing Defendants charged with crimes and individuals that need representation for immigration problems. In today’s immigration climate, this unique focus of practicing criminal and immigration law is ideal for clients in need of both criminal and immigration representation.
Hubbs Law is different from other criminal and immigration firms in Miami, FL. At Hubbs Law, you are not a number. You are a client. Your case will be handled exclusively by one of our experienced attorneys rather than a paralegal or secretary. A criminal or immigration lawyer from Hubbs Law will be in constant contact with you or your family member throughout the case.
We also aggressively represent both criminal and immigration clients. Our attorneys are both former prosecutors with significant trial experience. E.J. Hubbs is board certified in criminal trial law, a certification held by less than 1% of the attorney in the State of Florida. We believe our experience and aggressive representation of you or your family member will give you the best opportunity to get the best result on the case.
If you are interested in setting up a consultation for you or your family member with one of our Miami criminal or immigration lawyers, please don’t hesitate to call us at 305-615-5945.
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