Drug Charges are very serious offenses which can carry criminal punishment, including jail time. We are here to help you fight for the best outcome!
Being arrested for DUI is scary, but it is not the end of the world and our experienced Tampa DUI Lawyer is here to help you navigate the process.
Being charged with a felony in the state of Florida can be a life-altering experience resulting in a wide-variety of severe penalties.
If your child has been charged with a crime, the Elsea Law Firm puts exceptional focus on not only assisting the child to obtain the best outcome, but also in working with the parents to put them at ease throughout the process.
The consequences associated with sex crimes are colossal, but the Tampa defense attorney here at the Elsea Law Firm are here to help you fight for vindication and to clear your name.
Theft charges can be very severe. The experienced theft defense lawyers at the Elsea Law Firm are here to help you defend your reputation and freedom throughout the criminal justice process.
A VOP is a very serious matter, that can lead to more harsh penalties and incarceration. We are here to bring our decades of experience to your defense!
Violent crimes are very serious charges and can not only threaten your freedom, but impact your ability to find good housing, employment, and much more in the future, if convicted.
Absolutely! We want to make sure not only are we a good fit, but that we can give you the best criminal defense representation possible. Our first, initial consultation is always free.
Many factors come into play when deciding the penalty for a DUI case. Punishment for first-time DUI will be significantly more lenient than those with multiple offenses. Penalties can include fines, suspension of driver’s license, and even jail time. If you have been arrested for a DUI, it’s highly recommended to contact an experienced Tampa DUI attorney.
Florida utilizes jail sentences and fines on an escalating scale depending on the number of offenses. If you have been charged with a DUI and have a previous DUI charge, contact an experienced DUI lawyer today!
One is NOT required by law to submit a field sobriety test. However, refusal may result in the suspension of your license if you have already been read your implied consent notice.
Operating any kind of vehicle with a blood alcohol level over 0.08% is considered being under the influence of alcohol in the State of Florida.