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If you or someone you know has been arrested, then there are some immediate questions you will want answered. Call us at 305-444-0755 or email us anytime and we will quickly respond. We see clients who have been recently arrested on the weekends and the evenings and we are available to handle first appearance hearings that are held in court on the weekends.

If someone you know has been arrested and has not been released, then you should check the information we have on bond

If you have a question about what type of case you were arrested on, then you should read the section Felony and Misdemeanor Cases.

There are very important reasons why you should immediately call us if you or someone has been arrested:
1) We will go to the jail immediately (even on weekends) to visit the person arrested and if necessary take pictures of any injuries if applicable.

2) Many times evidence like emails and text messages can help in the defense of the case and the sooner we are aware of such evidence, the better. Gathering evidence immediately after someone has ben arrested is a crucial stage in defending a case.

3) In many cases we will subpoena the 911 and police transmission tapes that were created when a client was arrested. The police department does not keep those transmission tapes beyond 30 days, and we will need to subpoena them immediately.

4) We work with licensed investigators who can immediately begin interviewing witnesses and taking sworn statements, and collect evidence and photograph scenes.

When you were arrested the police probably stopped working on your case. That is the best time for us to begin working on your defense. Witnesses disappear, evidence is lost or destroyed, and memories fade. A successful criminal defense is more than just going to court and arguing reasonable doubt; it is about fighting back after you were arrested. Speak with us as soon as possible you or someone you know as been arrested and let us show you how we fight back for our clients.