If you’re facing criminal charges in Southwest Florida, or have been subpoenaed to appear before a Grand Jury, you should seek the advice of a knowledgeable and skilled criminal defense lawyer. With criminal charges, most likely, your objectives will be to either avoid jail time, reduce or dismiss your charges, and/or keeping your record clean. Attorney Robert Foley shares these objectives and understands the devastating effect a criminal conviction can have a on your career, your future, your family, and even your freedom. If it’s a Grand Jury subpoena, you may need legal advice on how to proceed. In either situation, as a retired FBI Agent and former State Prosecutor, Robert knows what a criminal case looks like, he knows where the problems lie, and he knows how to address them.
This experience cannot be substituted.
When you are represented by Robert Foley Law, you get Robert Foley, not an assigned attorney next in line. You can rest assured that it will be attorney Foley fighting for you. No matter what the charges or allegations are against you, from the moment he starts handling your case, you’ll have an experienced criminal defense attorney pursing a course of action to address your objectives. In addition, if you’re a Spanish speaker, don’t worry, Robert speaks fluent Spanish as well. Attorney Foley takes pride in not only knowing the law, but also getting to know you, what’s important to you, and how to find an outcome that will put you on the best path forward.
That can mean aggressively negotiating for a dismissal, working to reduce the charges, or achieving a lighter sentence that includes community service or probation. Regardless, you’ll have an ally that understands the Courts, both Federal and State, and how the justice system can work for you.
In criminal matters potential clients may need advice at any time, day or night, seven days a week. Criminal defense attorney Robert Foley will be there for you. If you, your child or someone you know has been arrested, whether it is a misdemeanor offense like DUI or a criminal traffic case or, if it’s a serious felony concerning guns, drugs, violent or white-collar crime, the most important step you can take is contacting a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer who will take the time to listen to your case and provide you with the guidance you can trust. He will meet with you in the beginning, and stay with you through resolution. Don’t delay. The best results often depend upon time-sensitive issues critical to building your best defense. The State or Federal prosecutors in Florida are capable, and they work fast to ensure an outcome favorable to their position.