Palm Harbor Criminal Defense Attorney – (727) 843-0097
We’ve been one of the most well reviewed and oldest law firms in Palm Harbor, FL and the entire Pasco County area. We can help give you an idea of what you are looking at as far as charges, time and potential options for your case.
We Help Cases Facing Charges or Investigation In Palm Harbor
Below is a list of criminal case types we handle.
- Check Fraud
- Domestic Violence
- Suspended License
- Juvenile Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Shoplifting & Petty Theft
Drug Crimes Attorney
We’ve been defending the rights of people in Palm Harbor since 1991 for all sorts of drug crimes, including drug trafficking, heroin possession, marijuana possession, prescriptions, and other drug possession cases.
Possession of illegal drugs, even small amounts, may lead to jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and a loss of personal assets. That includes things like your home, cars, business holdings, firearms and cash.
Serving The Rights of People In Palm Harbor – Call (727) 843-0097
The Damage A Criminal Record Can Do To Your Life
Having a criminal record can make life, even years from now, very challenging. From gaining employment, advancing in employment, applying to schools and even finding an apartment. In the future if you ever became well known, such as a public figure.. people may try to use your background against you.
Doing your due diligence by contacting a criminal defense attorney who has long time experience in Palm Harbor and with the Palm Harbor justice system, it’s officers and judges, can greatly help reduce your stress.
Free Criminal Defense Advice
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Worried About A Charge or Potential Charge Against You? – Call (727) 843-0097
About The Town Palm Harbor, FL
Palm Harbor is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Pinellas County, Florida, United States.
Palm Harbor is located 35 km north of downtown St. Petersburg and west of Tampa. It is a largely residential community with several concentrations of commerce.
Palm Harbor is an unincorporated part of Pinellas County. HB 183 – Town of Palm Harbor/Pinellas County, from 2009, was the most recent local bill that would have scheduled a referendum allowing Palm Harbor voters the opportunity to decide if they want to incorporate, but the bill died in committee.