Every day, good people find themselves in bad situations. A mistake is made or an accident happens, and individuals who have never had trouble with the law before are now facing a serious legal charge. Maybe you got behind the wheel after one too many drinks, or a private family dispute escalated unexpectedly. Criminal and driving under the influence (DUI) charges carry serious consequences in Florida, and at these times, it is natural to feel overwhelmed. It can be difficult to deal with the uncertain future and fear of the unknown. You may know you need help, but you are not sure where to find it.
Aggressive, Strategic Criminal Defense for the Courtroom by a Former Prosecutor
At Rossen Law Firm, criminal defense attorney Adam Rossen has been providing aggressive representation inside the courtroom, as well as thoughtful and compassionate advice outside of it. After years working as a prosecutor in Broward County, Adam turned his focus to protecting the rights of those charged with a crime. Today, he uses the unique knowledge and skills developed as a prosecutor to help his clients minimize the negative consequences of their mistakes. Proven with more online reviews than any other lawyer in the Fort Lauderdale area, Adam has built a reputation for being both extremely effective and easily accessible.
Personal, Proven Representation for Floridians and Vacationers
If you are facing a DUI or criminal charge in Broward County, put your trust in the attorney who has helped so many others who have been where you are. Former clients have left numerous online reviews, calling Adam Rossen determined, available, and goal-oriented. Most importantly, Adam has been able to help his clients obtain the best possible legal outcome so that they can move forward to a successful and secure future in line with their personal goals. Whether you live in South Florida, or you need to resolve a legal matter in Florida from out of town, contact our office today to schedule a free strategy session with Adam and learn more about protecting your rights.