Criminal Defense

Criminal charges are serious matters that can be life-altering. Consequences can be severe, including penalties such as:

  • Jail or prison time
  • Burdensome fines and court costs
  • Lengthy probation
  • Loss of your Driver’s License
  • Time-consuming classes or programs (such as DUI school, Anger Management classes, Batterer’s Intervention Programs, and Alcohol or Narcotics Counseling)

Hiring a competent and effective attorney in a timely fashion is crucial if you want your rights to be protected. Here at The Law Offices of Christopher G. O'Brien, P.A., we seek the best possible resolution for your case, such as the dismissal or reduction of criminal charges and the lessening of potential penalties and sanctions that may be imposed on you.

You need an experienced trial lawyer to aggressively defend you from prosecution. A trial lawyer since 2001, Christopher has handled multitudes of criminal cases, from traffic tickets to murder, and has the skill, knowledge, and expertise you need to protect your rights and defend your case.

Call Christopher O'Brien at (239) 337-0448 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case and explore your options.

Christopher represents adults and juveniles, whether charged with felonies or misdemeanors, including but not limited to:

  • Arson
  • Assault / Aggravated Assault
  • Battery / Aggravated Battery / Domestic Violence Battery
  • Burglary
  • Dealing in Stolen Property
  • Driving on Suspended / Revoked Licenses
  • Drug Crimes such as Possession, Sale, Manufacturing, Grow Houses & Trafficking
  • DUI / BUI (Driving / Boating Under the Influence)
  • Expungement / Sealing of Records
  • False name / False report to Law Enforcement
  • Financial crimes such as Forgery, Money Laundering, Worthless checks
  • Kidnapping
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder
  • Prostitution / Solicitation
  • Robbery / Aggravated Robbery
  • Sex crimes such as Rape, Lewd & Lascivious Battery or Molestation, and Sex Trafficking
  • Theft (Grand or Petit Theft)
  • Weapons charges such as Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon or Juvenile, Improper Display of Firearm, Carrying Concealed Firearm