Whether you live in Sanford, Apopka, Altamonte Springs, Winter Springs, or another city in Seminole County, being charged with a crime or even investigated can be unsettling, to say the least. In most cities, theft, burglary, and assault crimes are the most common. However, even if you have been arrested for DUI or charged with a sex or drug crime, it is critical to obtain the legal guidance and support of an experienced criminal defense attorney. At Adams & Luka, we believe in a personal, dedicated approach and have a proven track record for obtaining good results for our clients. Whether you are under investigation or have been arrested or charged with a crime, contact us immediately at (407)872-0307.
With a population of more than 436,000 inside the county, it is understandable that crimes are going to occur. However, when you find yourself the target of an investigation or are arrested, it is a frightening experience. We understand that most people are completely unfamiliar with the criminal justice system and how it works. We also know that a conviction can result in serious criminal penalties, not to mention possible ruin of your reputation and career. It is important you seek out legal counsel right away, so that work can begin to protect your legal rights and freedom.
Our firm brings more than 30 years of combined experience to clients accused of crimes including, but not limited to:
Regardless of how minor or serious your situation may seem, you want to avoid jail/prison time, fines, probation, and other punishment when possible.Exceptional Criminal Representation for Seminole County Clients
When under investigation or charged with a criminal offense, it is important to realize that not all Seminole County criminal defense attorneys are created equal. It is important to choose a lawyer who is experienced, skilled, knowledgeable in Florida laws, and dedicated to securing the client's desired result. At Adams & Luka, we are highly familiar with the criminal justice system and understand the underhanded tactics often used by police and prosecutors. Police must follow protocol in the course of making an arrest; prosecutors are often over-zealous in their efforts to secure a conviction. Police make mistakes, as can anyone else in the criminal justice system. You have legal rights, and those rights must not be violated. We will thoroughly investigate your case, examine the evidence, determine if mistakes may have been made that are to your advantage, and develop a solid legal strategy in an effort to protect your freedom and future.Contact Adams & Luka Today
Today, there are thousands of innocent individuals who sit behind bars convicted of crimes they did not commit. Even when someone does commit a crime, it is often possible to have charges dismissed or reduced depending on the circumstances/evidence in the case. No matter what your situation is, there is likely a legal option to help mitigate the damage. Contact Adams & Luka today for a free consultation at (407)872-0307.