Welcome to representation by Leslie A. Sweet where she looks forward to handling all of your criminal needs from a traffic ticket to homicide. Our office is currently in transition however you may reach her 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 321-438-1132. This law practice strives to provide you with the absolute best service. Our phone is answered 24 hours a day. Your calls and inquiries are promptly responded to. You are always able communicate with Ms. Sweet, an attorney who has taken well over 200 cases to trial.
You are encouraged to carefully read and ponder the contents of this website. While, this website may not be glitzy, it is here to education you about a system that can change your life in unimaginable ways.
When an individual is arrested, generally the entire family panics. Many run and hire the first attorney that they meet without any questions. The family is in fear and afraid for their loved one. Remember, when a person is arrested, that is exactly what they are are arrested. They have not even been charged with an offense until the Office of the State Attorney files an Information, the charging document in the State of Florida. If the individual is arrested for a capital offense, then they must be indicted in an Indictment from a Grand Jury. I recommend, do not panic. The criminal justice system is not quick. I encourage you to read my page on "Welcome to Representation."
Please note that recently, we have taken on assisting people with getting their driver's license and have in some cases been able to reverse the habitual traffic offender status.
We also have assisted individuals with sealing and expunging their records. While the majority of my practice is devoted to the defense of crimes in state court, we are able to assist you with many other matters that border on criminal law.
Remember, you never make a situation better by talking to law enforcement without an attorney present. I have never known a person to talk themselves out of an arrest. It is the job of law enforcement to investigate a crime, however your statements are evidence and may give the police probable cause to arrest since what you say has legal significance and unless you are an attorney or in law enforcement you are not aware of how your words can affect your situation.
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