Tag Archive for: Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you have been charged with DUI in Florida, you may have a lot of questions about what comes next. The criminal justice process can certainly seem daunting, particularly when you are not sure what is waiting for you on the other side of it.

If you are charged with a DUI in Florida, you need to take it seriously, whether you live in this state or elsewhere. A DUI conviction will follow you home. If you live in a different state and you are facing DUI charges in Florida, contact the experienced attorneys at HAWM Law today.

Attorney Alisia Adamson-Profit is ready to educated you on all you need to know about Probation. Grab a snack, a notepad and a pen and join us.

The best thing you can do when facing drug trafficking charges in Florida is to hire an attorney to help you fight them. Being convicted of drug trafficking can be a felony, which has life-altering consequences.

In order for evidence to be considered by the court as proof of a crime, the state must establish that it is the same evidence that was seized at the scene of the alleged crime. If there are gaps or inconsistencies in the chain of custody, it can point to the evidence having been replaced, contaminated, or tampered with.

A charge is a starting point; a conviction is the ending point. A lot can happen in the middle, especially with the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney. While it may seem like your charges are set in stone, they are not. Charges can be reduced.

The Florida Immigration Coalition has reported that their immigration hotline is “blowing up” with calls from undocumented immigrants who have been repeatedly, and frustratingly, turned away from COVID-19 vaccination sites and centers.

Alisia Adamson Profit is joined by Attorney Camara Williams to discuss the lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Orlando by attorney Shannon Ligon and Attorney Aaron Carter Bates on behalf of the Lawyers Matter Task Force, a nonprofit advocacy group.

An Orlando civil rights attorney filed a federal lawsuit last Wednesday against Gov. Ron DeSantis, Attorney General Ashley Moody and Orange County Sheriff John Mina in what may be the first legal challenge to Florida’s “anti-riot” law that went into effect this week.

WESH 2 News spoke with attorney Alisia Adamson following the verdict of Derek Chauvin, and what this means moving forward. WESH 2’s Sanika Dange speaks with Adamson about what this means for the future, and the future of law enforcement.

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