An Aggressive Defense Against State Charges
You know you are facing criminal charges at the state level, but do you know the real implications? Are you aware of how much you have at stake?
Let us fill you in.
Any charge that you are facing in state court here in Florida, whether a misdemeanor or felony, is serious. Even if there is no jail time on the line, a criminal conviction on your record could lead to serious consequences in your personal life, including making it more difficult to find work and housing.
When facing any type of state-level criminal charge, you can put your trust in our attorneys here at O’Brien Hatfield Reese, PA. Located in Tampa, we have helped clients throughout Florida resolve all types of criminal charges, from misdemeanor theft to aggravated assault.
Our track record speaks for itself. We have had tremendous success achieving the dismissal or reduction of felony charges in Florida courts. View our state crimes case results.
We Have The Experience You Need When Your Future Is On The Line
Our law firm has handled thousands of criminal defense cases in Florida courts. As a former prosecutor, founding attorney Mark J. O’Brien understands how law enforcement will approach your case and how to combat those arguments.
We can protect your rights when you are facing charges related to:
- The illegal use of a weapon or any weapons-related crime
- Assault or aggravated assault, which may include only making the threat of causing physical harm
- Getting into a physical altercation, which could lead to battery charges
- Any type of theft-related offense, from shoplifting to grand theft
- Drunk driving, which is taken seriously in Florida
You can count on our attorneys to provide you with the personal attention you need, including walking you through what to expect in your case and helping you understand what your options are. With sentences ranging from license suspension to years in state prison, it is important to obtain the right legal representation.
You Have Rights. We Can Protect Them.
Remember that you have the right to remain silent. That means not answering any of law enforcement’s questions without an attorney present. Protect your rights and contact our law firm, either online or by calling 813-345-4909 to schedule a free consultation.