At Rothman & Associates, P.A., our team of former prosecutors firmly believes in these words found in our country’s Constitution. Our goal is to provide high-quality legal representation for individuals in need of criminal defense in Miami. Whether you are accused of committing a state or federal crime, or need representation before The Florida Bar or Florida Bar of board examiners, we are confident in our abilities to protect your freedom, future and reputation.
– 6th amendment to the US Constitution
Our founder, Attorney David B. Rothman, is widely respected by his peers for his expert knowledge of criminal law. In fact, he is Board Certified as a Criminal Trial Advocacy Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and Board Certified and as a Criminal Trial Lawyer by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education. Regardless of how complex your case may seem, you can feel confident in knowing our award-winning firm is on your side. We’ve helped numerous individuals since our firm was founded in 1980.
Unlike other law firms which are burdened with unmanageable caseloads, we strive to treat each client in our care with undivided attention. Our clients benefit from this one-on-one attention because it promotes open and honest communication. When you seek our firm’s help, you can do so with absolute confidence in knowing that your case will be handled with the utmost discretion.
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At Rothman & Associates, P.A., our lead attorney not only has extensive trial experience, but was on the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar for 12 years. For 6 of these years, he served as either chair or co-chair of the Disciplinary Review Committee, the Board committee responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on lawyer discipline cases that came before the Board on their way to the Florida Supreme Court.
In Mr. Rothman’s 12 years on the Board, more than 2,000 lawyer discipline cases were reviewed by the Disciplinary Review Committee of the Board of Governors.
In addition, Attorney Rothman is a frequent lecturer on ethics in the legal profession. Using his extensive knowledge on legal ethics matters, Rothman can evaluate your situation and render an expert opinion on the matter.
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Regardless of your plea, an attorney is there to represent you and your interests. Even if you decide to plead guilty, your attorney helps negotiate the terms of your sentence, making sure all of your rights are respected as the case is evaluated. Occasionally we are able to negotiate for decreased consequences and penalties, depending on the circumstances.
Inform your attorney of the date that you have been given, so that we can be present at trial to negotiate on your behalf. At the trial, you are likely going to be asked to enter a plea, set bail, and listen to your rights as read to you by the court. Depending on the severity of your case, you may be able to waive your first hearing.
Depending on the crime, the trial may still be on your record whether or not the court declared you as guilty. As your attorney, we can help you file for clearing your record, should this be the case. Sometimes we cannot have the record completely expunged, but we can file for record sealing, which protects the case from being used against you in many circumstances.
It is important that you work with a lawyer who has specific knowledge about The Florida Bar proceedings. Your career is at stake and you owe it to yourself to make sure you have competent representation. Our founder at Rothman & Associates, P.A. has extensive experience serving as chair or co-chair of the Disciplinary Review Committee. We are very knowledgeable about issues relating to legal ethics.
The Florida Bar Any can terminate your ability to practice law if you failed to preserve your client’s confidences, are convicted of a felony or another egregious crime, abused the legal process, and many more. To learn more, contact our firm.
Now. Make certain he or she is an experienced Bar Defense Counsel. Not only does a lawyer who represent him or herself have a fool for a client, going forward on your own can cause additional issues by virtue of what you write or say and how you write or say it in response to the Bar Complaint. Hiring an inexperienced Bar Defense Counsel is akin to buying a boat with a hole in it.