What Should I Do If I’m Arrested While Visiting Florida?
Nothing can ruin a vacation to Florida faster than being arrested on suspicion of a crime. Besides having to spend time on your vacation dealing with the police and making bail, you now have to worry about taking additional time off to return to Florida to attend a criminal hearing, along with the worry about fines and possible jail time (which must be served in Florida) if you are convicted.
For most crimes, depending on the circumstances, we can handle the entire case on behalf of an out-of-state visitor without the defendant having to return to Florida for hearings or police interviews.
If you have been arrested on suspicion of a crime in Florida, including at an amusement park like Disney World, Epcot Center, Sea World, Universal Studios or Halloween Horror Nights — you need a criminal defense lawyer who can take on the defense of your case and keep you from having to return to Florida to deal with the criminal charge against you.
Aggressive Criminal Defense for Out-of-State Visitors and Tourists
At The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen & Associates, we frequently defend tourists and out-of-state visitors accused of crimes while on vacation in Florida. We are known as an aggressive defense firm that understands the value of a high-quality criminal defense that doesn’t cost your entire life savings.
Our law office is led by an energetic and experienced attorney who is a former state prosecutor — now using that experience to fight for the rights of criminal defendants. All our defense lawyers have been trained to see our clients’ cases from the prosecutor’s point of view while developing effective strategies.
We have a solid reputation as an ethical and hardworking defense firm that knows the importance of keeping long-distance clients informed about the progress of their case.
Contact The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen & Associates
We give every new criminal defense client a free and confidential initial consultation. We offer reasonable rates, and flexible payment options may be available.
Contact us today — so we can start working on your defense. Call 407-246-0066 to speak with our lawyer, or send an email.