When You’re Arrested The First 30 Days Are The Most Important.

A Move Ahead Plan, M.A.P, gives our clients the opportunity to meet with our Counsel and lay out the action plan for handling their case.  Without a MAP, precious evidence and witnesses can be lost forever, and your case not adequately defended.  The first 30 days are critical, and immediate response is the best way to let the State know you’re serious about taking 100% responsibility for your actions.  Thats why your M.A.P. can also include treatment recommendations, addressing the issues that caused your arrest in the first place.  Talk with us, discuss your M.A.P, and we’ll connect you with the best treatment providers in the business so your case can be resolved, and you can move on with your life.


  • Loss of your driving privileges
  • Loss of your job
  • Potential loss of custody & loss of opportunity
    to adopt or foster a child in the future
  • Loss of voting rights
  • Revoked student loan privileges
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Florida is also home to mandatory minimum sentencing, which means no matter the circumstances of your situation, you are looking at least a year in jail and a $1000 fine. Drug convictions in Florida, even minor ones, are serious business. You need an attorney on your side to protect your rights and help you avoid a lifetime of misery from one mistake.

This is just a glimpse into how your life can change following a drug conviction. If you are facing drug charges and frightened about what might happen, we can help. We are experienced attorneys who have been helping Boca Raton, FL residents fight drug charges for years. We understand the Florida court system and we knows things are not always as simple as they seem – even when you are not guilty of a crime.

For more information, or to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation, contact us at (561) 419-6095 or by email at

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In June of 2016, the lawyers at represented me at a hearing in Orlando (by phone) in a case where I was seeking eligibility to obtain a real estate license in the State of Florida. To be approved for a license in this profession, you must be fingerprinted and background checked. When prior convictions of drug charges came up on my background check, I was asked to appear at a hearing in Orlando in front of the Board of The Department of Business and Professional Regulations. Thanks to my Attorney, I won my case by a unanimous decision. This is not an easy task. They are amazing, and my attorney was thorough, detailed, and extremely professional. He won over the entire Board before I even spoke for myself. After the hearing, 2 people asked me privately for his number. I can honestly say that my Attorney was completely understanding and compassionate towards my situation and others who have made mistakes or have gone through a bad time in their life. He told me that the firm believes everyone deserves a second chance, and that fair representation should be available to all. I would wholeheartedly recommend the lawyers from this website to anyone who has drug or alcohol related charges and is looking for representation. They will truly fight for you.

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