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Knowing that your future career goals are impacted by a criminal charge, the process of choosing the most effective defense lawyer is an important one. You will want to work with someone you know has a proven track record handling criminal cases and is experienced in the courtroom. At our firm, we hope to make the decision of choosing a lawyer a simple one.
The Law Office of Warren W. Lindsey, P.A., is dedicated to vigorously and effectively representing clients in criminal defense matters. We handle a wide range of cases, including sex crimes, Internet sex crimes, traveling to meet a minor, child pornography, drug crimes, student offenses, prescription drug charges, DUI, criminal traffic matters and more.
Our firm is distinguished in many ways. We are led by Warren Lindsey, a board-certified criminal defense lawyer with more than 30 years of legal experience. Mr. Lindsey's involvement in the legal community is extensive, and he has handled a wide range of complex cases. He receives much of his work through referrals from other attorneys, judges, business professionals and members of the community. He has also been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2011 and is past president of the Orange County Bar Association and the Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Contact Our Florida Criminal Defense Law Firm
Schedule a free initial consultation with attorney Warren Lindsey by calling 407-278-7692 or 877-301-2280. We can be reached 24/7 online and are available for emergency bond and trial hearings by request. Located in Winter Park, our law firm serves clients throughout the entire Orlando, Florida, area.
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