When faced with criminal charges, the decisions you make could affect the rest of your life. One of the most important decisions you need to make is choosing a lawyer that will defend you. You have one chance to make the right decision. Hire an experienced, aggressive, and motivated criminal defense attorney in Miami who genuinely cares about your well-being as a client.
Our team at Rothman & Associates, P.A. focuses exclusively on criminal defense and bar defense. This means that we are able to dedicate our attention solely on perfecting the practice of building a strong defense for the accused. As former prosecutors, we are no strangers to the criminal justice system. We know the ins and outs of prosecutorial tactics, including how criminal cases are processed and handled.
Over 4 Decades of Highly Rated Advocacy
With our decades of experience, you can rest assured knowing that we have what it takes to come to your defense. We are very skilled at presenting compelling arguments in trial, hiring the right experts to investigate important leads and witnesses, and bargaining hard for favorable sentencing terms. Whatever your case requires, you can count on us to fight on your behalf.
Our reputation for success is demonstrated by our numerous legal accolades, including:
- Board Certification in Criminal Trial Lawyer by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education
- Board Certification in Criminal Trial Advocacy Specialists by the National Board of Trial Advocacy
- Inclusion in the list of Super Lawyers®
- AV® Rated Martindale-Hubbell®
- Recognition as one of the Best Lawyers in America®
- The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers
- Named as one of the Florida Legal Elite
Call for a Personalized Case Consultation
Retain the services of our firm to receive experienced and results-driven legal counsel. We interact personally with our clients, ensuring that our defense is individually tailored to meet the specifics of each case. Find comfort in the knowledge that your telephone calls can be promptly answered, and that you can speak with your specific attorney when you need to most.