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With 30 years of experience, Richard Smith PA is a proven effective criminal defense attorney. From start to finish, our firm will represent you and manage your case. Experience in negotiating plea deals with difficult state attorneys and expertise in the court room are reasons our clients choose Richard Smith, PA.
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Richard Smith knows the impact of a criminal charge and the effect it has on a person's life. As an Assistant State Attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida and before opening his private practice in 1996, Richard Smith saw both the financial impact of a conviction on professional person's record and the emotional impact that charges have on an individuals work and life.
The impact of a criminal investigation on an individual's life can be stressful and financially destructive.
As an Assistant State Attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit of Florida and before opening his private practice in 1996, Richard Smith has seen both the financial impact of a conviction on professional person's record and the emotional impact that charges have on an individuals work and life.
By choosing Richard Smith, PA., our firm will have your back throughout the process of state investigation and criminal litigation. Our experienced team of lawyers and paralegals will stand by you and commit to proving your innocence. We are relentless for our clients and have a proven record of winning in a court trial.
With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Smith has defended hundreds of traffic, misdemeanor, and felony cases during his employment with the State Attorney's office.
His background as a state attorney provides valuable inside into the criminal prosecution process - allowing him to make the best decisions for his clients charged with crimes. He was also employed by the Florida Attorney General as an Assistant Attorney General. As an Assistant Attorney General, Mr. Smith represented the state of Florida in various civil trial matters. His familiarity with court process makes him an essential member of your criminal defense.
For the past 30 years, Richard Smith has represented thousands of clients as a defense attorney and partner at the law offices of Dobson, Davis and Smith. During this period of time Richard Smith was involved with the representation of numerous high-profile criminal cases.
Regardless of the charges made against, you have the right to an attorney. Choosing the right attorney is the most important factor in predicting outcome in the court room and having your charges dismissed, dropped or victory in trial by jury.
With decades of legal experience in both criminal and civil law, Richard Smith, PA is here to help you with your legal concerns. Contact him with your questions or give him a call direct, available 24 hours. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
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Richard Smith's practice also consists of representing individual and corporate clients in state and federal investigations in areas of health care, state contracts, state and federal income tax issues, and other related investigations.
He represents clients in criminal investigations and prosecutions throughout the state of Florida as well as the southern portion of the United States. Mr. Smith has participated in the trials and resolutions of numerous complex state and federal prosecutions. Mr. Smith also represents plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Additionally, he represents teachers in licensure investigations in the State of Florida.
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