Erika Ronquillo Hubbs, Attorney
My name is Erika Ronquillo Hubbs and I am a Partner at Hubbs Law in Miami, Florida.
If you or a loved one was recently arrested or detained, for criminal or immigration, I am here to help.
I understand that the legal system and the journey to U.S. citizenship can be overwhelming. That is why I have combined a decade of legal experience and passion with a family-first approach to guide you and your loved ones through the process.
I practice exclusively in criminal and immigration court. I will do everything in my power to fight your criminal case, help you become a Legal Permanent Resident, or become a United States Citizen. During our first meeting, we will sit down together and come up with a strategy that, in our legal opinion, gives you the greatest chance of success on your case.
My approach is unique. Contrary to other law firms, you are not just a case number to me. From the moment we meet, you will see that I treat my clients as my own family. In fact, many of my clients know my children and receive pictures of them (frequently).
In addition to a family-first approach, I bring a wealth of experience. I began my legal career as a prosecutor in Hillsborough County. There, I gained an inside perspective of the criminal justice system as I tried hundreds of cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to first-degree felonies. Longing to help families like yours, I later opened my own immigration law firm, Ronquillo Law. And now that I have relocated to my hometown of Miami, I continue the fight for those who so desperately want to achieve their American dreams.
When I am not advocating for my clients, I am running after my two young boys and dog. We love to play soccer, swim in the summertime, and cook big family dinners. But what I most enjoy is going on dates with my husband, even if it’s just to roam the aisles of Whole Foods.
Please remember: I am here for you. And it is an honor to serve as your trusted companion.
J.D. Stetson University College of Law
B.A. University of Florida
State of Florida
Preparing Your Witness To Be A Performer – Law 360
The Fine Art of Litigation Involving Non-English-Speaking Witnesses – The Woman Advocate, (ABA) Section of Litigation
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