Representation For Law Students and Practicing Attorneys

When hiring the Law Office of Corey Cohen you are getting Attorneys with over 33 years combined experience in the Criminal Justice System. You get a team of highly trained Trial attorneys who have experience as both former prosecutors and defense attorneys. Our Attorneys have tried over 50 murder trials and 200 Jury Trials. There is no case too big or too small. We treat every case with the same passion and aggressiveness with our only goal being to win for you.

If you have a hearing before the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, call The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen at 407-246-0066 for your best chance of success.

Are you a law student who is having a hard time with bar admission or an attorney whose professionalism to practice has come into question? Call The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen for a free consultation and find out how we may help you.

If your character and fitness for admission to the Florida Bar have been called into question, you may be asked to appear for an investigative hearing.

Investigative hearings will be informal but thorough, with the aim of ascertaining the truth. Technical rules of evidence need not be observed. An investigative hearing will be convened before a division of the board consisting of at least three members of the board. Any member of the board may administer oaths and affirmations during the hearing. Fla. Bar Admiss. R. 3-22.

After an investigative hearing, the following results are possible: 1. The applicant or registrant has established his or her qualifications as to character and fitness. 2. The board will offer to the applicant or registrant a consent agreement pertaining to drug, alcohol or psychological problems. In a consent agreement, the board is authorized to recommend to the court the admission of the applicant who has agreed to abide by specified terms and conditions on admission to the Florida Bar. 3. Further investigation into the applicant's or registrant's character and fitness is warranted. 4. The board will file specifications charging the applicant or registrant with matters that, if proven, would preclude a favorable finding by the board. Fla. Bar Admiss. R. 3-22.5.

The determination of your admission to the Florida Bar rests in the outcome of these hearings. It is important you have an attorney representing you who understands both what the board is looking for and how to prepare you for your hearing before that board.

Contact Our Lawyer for Help With Bar Admittance

For a free consultation and more information on how we can help you, call The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen now at 407-246-0066 or contact us online for a free consultation.