Orlando Attorneys with +25 Years of Experience
History of Success for Both Criminal Defense and Family Law
Established in 1993, our team of dedicated lawyers know how to handle
criminal defense and
family law cases and have been serving clients in Orlando for
more than 20 years. Longwell Lawyers has created a culture of success by pursuing the best
possible results for our clients. This client-centered approach is supported
by carefully sculpted strategies and proven protocols and procedures that
are designed to maximize our three focuses:
Every case is prepared for as if it is going to trial, giving us the leverage
needed to be successful in any courtroom situation.
When it comes to defending our clients against their criminal charges,
we take an aggressive and strategic approach. We understand that each
case is unique, which is why we provide personalized representation for
every client. If you have been accused of a crime, allow our experienced
Orlando criminal defense attorneys to guide you through this difficult
and often overwhelming time. We are here to pursue the justice our clients
deserve, regardless of their circumstances.
Contact us today for the powerful representation you and your family needs.
Get a Former Prosecutor on Your Side
Our firm strives to go into every case in a position to win. By utilizing
our founding attorney's experience as a former prosecutor, we are
able to give our clients every advantage we can find. We work to find
any holes in the prosecutor's case and use our extensive legal knowledge
to expose these flaws and put pressure on any weaknesses. You can count
on us to always provide professional and dependable representation.
We will diligently work to achieve a favorable outcome on your behalf.
We serve Orlando and all of central Florida including the following areas:
- Seminole County (Sanford)
- Osceola County (Kissimmee)
- Lake County (Tavares / Mt. Dora / Clermont)
- Volusia County (Deland / Daytona)
- Brevard County (Titusville / Cocoa / Viera)
What is a Withholding of Adjudication?
withhold of adjudication is not a conviction. Find out all you need to know regarding a
withhold of adjudication by clicking the image below. Contact Longwell Lawyers today for a
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