We are always willing to fight for our clients against the government. The prosecutors have resources at their disposal and are willing to use those resources and legal knowledge to convict you and often times send you to jail away from your family. You need an attorney who is willing to fight back and also has the resources and legal knowledge to defend you and assert your rights. Not every attorney has experience doing trials and fighting cases, some just want to work your case out in the most expedient manner. Attorney Brian Carroll has experience fighting cases via trials and motions and simply is not afraid to fight for you in the courtroom. We provide a relentless defense to criminal cases here in South Florida based on our willingness to fight and our skills in the courtroom. This approach has gained the respect of local attorney and judges. We encourage you to give us a call to discuss our approach to defending criminal cases and our experience with cases like your
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Brian M. Carroll, ESQ.
I am an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney here in South Florida. I have been appearing in courtrooms on behalf of clients charged with various offenses since I was in law school. I’m a former public defender and have represented thousands of clients charged with pretty much everything you can and can’t think of. I have handled cases in counties all over the State of Florida with a track record of success in obtaining favorable outcomes for my clients. I take what I do very seriously and work hard for my clients. I get to know my cases and my clients on a personal level and work hard to obtain good results while providing top notch legal representation. I have extensive experience doing trial, appellate, and post-conviction work. I also have extensive experience handling Domestic Violence and Restraining Orders. I welcome all phone calls and emails from anybody who thinks they might need an attorney.