The Law Office of Roger P. Foley, P.A. protects and defends anyone accused of committing a criminal offense in the Southeast Florida Counties of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Saint Lucie and Martin.
Criminal cases are complex and are best left to properly trained and experienced criminal defense attorneys. A criminal defense attorney must know the Rules of Court, the Rules of Evidence and the Florida Criminal Statutes. In addition, criminal defense attorneys must be familiar with how each individual Judge runs his or her court and the judge's trends in deciding cases, while also being aware of the strengths, weaknesses and policies of the State Attorney's Office. There are infinite aspects that must be taken into consideration during the defense of a criminal case. As you search for legal services, be sure to ask questions of your potential lawyer. This allows you to gain insight and feel assured that you are making the right decision regarding who is going to represent you in court. The attorney that you hire is an important factor in whether you walk out the front door of the courthouse or through the back door in cuffs.
The Police have begun their criminal investigation or have already arrested you for violating Florida Criminal Statutes. The government, the State Attorney, is formally charging you with the criminal violations. The State of Florida is alleging that you committed a crime. You want to tell your side, but no one is listening. The police do not believe you - they twist your words - or you prefer not to speak to detectives or the officers investigating you. Now you find yourself needing to hire a lawyer who will step in and do the talking for you. The Law Office of Roger P. Foley can be that voice.
You want a highly experienced lawyer who has diligently represented everyone from the homeless person to the celebrity. You want a lawyer who defends every client as he would his own family. You want an attorney who knows the judges, prosecutors, clerks and even the police that arrested you. You want an attorney who can protect you and humanize you to everyone who thinks that you are guilty. Anyone who is arrested wants the best representation available; you want the best players on your team fighting for you immediately.
Roger P. Foley and his staff promise to do our best to defend you or your family member facing criminal charges. If the person facing criminal charges is in jail, we will file the motions necessary to set bond and get him or her released. If the police are asking you questions and you want someone by your side, we will be there. If you have bonded out and need legal representation, our team will be with you in the courtroom. By retaining our law firm, you can rest assured that we will be there with you every step of the way. Our job is to protect you so that you are not battling the criminal justice system alone. The Law Office of Roger P. Foley is dedicated to guiding you through the criminal justice system.
Roger P. Foley and his staff take the responsibility of handling your criminal case very seriously and are available to you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
No attorney can guarantee you results. That is illegal and prohibited by the Florida Bar. If you ask questions and do a little research you can find an experienced, well-educated, aggressive attorney who will give his best throughout your case. If you have heard about Mr. Foley through the newspaper, radio, or from a friend, you already know about his reputation. His firm's informational website should confirm your decision to retain his services.
We have added a new Legal News and Law Update page to inform our clients of the latest court precedents and discuss what they mean in the world of criminal defense.
Legal Disclaimer: This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing of this information does not constitute an attorney-client relationship nor is it intended to be legal advice for any individual case or situation. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. You should consult an attorney regarding your individual case