Convicted of a Crime?
Firstly, being convicted of a crime in Florida can have serious consequences. For example, it can impact on your finances, your freedom, and future opportunities for employment. If you or a loved one is charged with a misdemeanor, felony, or traffic offense in Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, or Manatee counties, you need assurance that an aggressive and experienced defense lawyer is on your side. All too often, law enforcement officers misrepresent the facts of a criminal defense case to justify an arrest or conviction. In addition, regardless of what an arresting officer, detective, or prosecutor might tell you, the best option for achieving a positive result involves asserting your legal right to counsel.
Our practice focuses primarily on criminal defense with an emphasis on personalized representation and one-on-one client interaction. Every individual who is facing a criminal charge is unique. Therefore your defense strategy must be tailored to the facts and circumstances of your case and the applicable law.
Attorney Rick Fletcher understands the overwhelming fear and anxiety that comes with the prospect of losing your freedom. This is why he is committed to protecting the legal rights of his clients. To ensure a fair trial is Mr. Fletcher’s goal. Likewise, his compassion, work ethic, creativity and skill have helped thousands of former clients achieve favorable outcomes over the years, and Attorney Fletcher will provide you with the same passion and dedication that you deserve.
Lastly, The Fletcher Law Practice handles a wide array of criminal cases, from DUI, drug charges, assault and battery, theft crimes, domestic violence, weapons offenses, sex crimes, probation violations and criminal traffic offenses. A legal problem may arise at any given moment that requires immediate attention, which is why Mr. Fletcher is available by phone 24/7. Start protecting your future today by contacting The Fletcher Law Practice for a free consultation. Subcategories of crimes links below.