Why Hire A Former Prosecutor In Miami, FL?
Trial skills and experience are the backbone of every great criminal defense attorney. As a former prosecutor, E.J. Hubbs developed exceptional trial skills during his five years working at the State Attorney’s Office and District Attorney’s Office.
During that time, E.J. Hubbs had the opportunity to try more than 50 jury trials and 100 non-jury trials to verdicts. He also had the opportunity to handle a total of more than 10,000 criminal cases, which required his appearance in court on almost a daily basis. This gave him the opportunity to handle a variety of criminal law issues, including bond motions, discovery motions, motions to suppress, motions to dismiss, pretrial motions, and more.
You can benefit tremendously from the courtroom experience that E.J. gained as a prosecutor because, now, as a criminal defense attorney instead of a prosecutor, E.J. Hubbs is on your side.
In addition to his trial experience, E.J. Hubbs is familiar with the State Attorney’s Office’s policies and procedures. He understands when the prosecution is missing evidence or witnesses, the chain of command for receiving plea offers, and programs that clients could enter that may result in the reduction or dismissal of charges. This is unique information that can benefit your case and might only be available if you hire a criminal defense attorney who worked as a former prosecutor.