Our law firm is dedicated to the exclusive practice of Criminal Defense. We handle ANY Criminal case, State or federal.
If you have been arrested, we can defend your case.
There are far too many types of crimes that we handle to list, however, below are just a small sample of some of the types of crimes and charges that we have handled in the past:
Petit theft, possession of cannabis, possession of paraphenelia, Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While License Suspended (DWLS), Battery, Domestic Violence, Violation of Injunction, Assault, Solicitation for prostitution, Resisting Without Violence (RWOV), Carrying a Concealed Weapon (CCW).
Aggravated Assault, Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer (BLEO), Resisting With Violence (RVW), Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Controlled Substances (Such as Xanex, Oxycodone, Roxycodone, etc.), Sale of Cocaine, Sale of Controlled Substances, trafficking in controlled substances, Homicides, 1st Degree Murder, Sexual Assault, Lewd and Lascivious Assault, Possession of Child Pornography, Robbery, Bank Robbery, Grand Theft, Theft of Motor Vehicle, Sale/Possession of Counterfeit Goods, Tax Fraud, Dealing in Stolen Property.
The above list is not exhaustive of the types of cases that we handle on a regular basis. It is a representative sample of just some of the types of cases that we can and do handle.
Please call us to discuss your specific case and learn how we can help.
Some of the notable legal issues that the firm has litigated include the following issues:
Use of Search Warrants to obtain blood samples in DUI cases – Mr. Chang was successful in litigating the use of a search warrant to forcibly obtain a blood sample from an individual who refused to take breath test in a DUI case. He prevailed at the trial level and the State of Florida appealed the matter to the Florida Supreme Court. Currently, the law stands that law enforcement may NOT use a search warrant to obtain a blood sample in a misdemeanor DUI case.
Admissibility of Ballistics expert’s opinions that bullets are a “match” to a specific firearm – Mr. Chang most recently challenged the admissibility of a State’s Ballistic’s expert who initially testified that a cartridge casing was fired from a specific firearm to the “exclusion of every other firearm in the world”. He was successful in obtaining an order from the trial court limiting the State’s expert and their opinion of individualization. This litigation and the challenge to the admissibility of the “junk science” of ballistics is ongoing.