The Lawyer’s Corner
Miami criminal defense attorney
At the Miami Dade Florida criminal defense law firm of Albert M. Quirantes, Esq. also known as the Ticket Law Center, our lawyers will economically go to court for you. Albert Quirantes has been fighting cases for his clients since 1988.
The fact that you were stopped and cited only means that in someone’s opinion, you may have committed either a civil or criminal traffic violation.
If you do not defend yourself, the consequences can be very serious. You could lose your license, end up in jail, be burdened with a criminal record for the rest of your life, be forced to post a large cash bond, and face high future insurance costs.
Fortunately, right now, you stand innocent until proven guilty, and the State must prove you guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. But, there are rights you may be giving up right now – unless you do what is smart – consult a defense attorney soon!
Attorney Albert Quirantes and his team of Miami criminal defense lawyers can handle your case without letting you get lost in the legal system.
There are hundreds of legal details that can mean the difference between having a permanent stain on your record, or not – whether your case is large or small – our Miami criminal defense attorneys may be able to help you. But you must contact us now to find out for yourself!
The price is right. We offer economical quality legal representation and can accommodate almost any budget with flexible, budget wise payment plans. It does not cost you anything to sit face to face with an experienced attorney, discuss your case frankly and confidentially and explore all of your legal options.
Let’s discuss your defenses and motions to dismiss.
On civil traffic tickets and criminal misdemeanors, we can go to court for you and fight your case for you without your missing work. On Felony criminal cases, we can save you from having to appear in court for arraignment and schedule hearings at a convenient time for you.
If you live out of town, we may be able to represent you by affidavit without you having to come to town for court.