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Alachua County, Florida Attorney

Representing Gainesville and Other Communities

Home to the University of Florida and Gainesville, Alachua County has grown steadily for more than eight decades. Along with Gainesville, other communities located in Alachua County include Alachua, High Springs and Newberry, which can all be easily reached on highways like Interstate 75.

Mark Sieron is very familiar with Gainesville, having received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Florida.  He has defended cases in Alachua County for his entire career and is very familiar with the court system there.

When people are charged with a crime here, it's important to take the charges seriously right from the start. Otherwise, what might seem like a minor infraction can turn into a criminal conviction. And the more convictions you have on your criminal record, the harder your life can quickly become. You might have a hard time getting a job, a loan or even a place to live.

Florida criminal defense lawyer Mark Sieron understands the seriousness of your criminal charges. That's why he wants to help. A former Florida prosecutor, attorney Sieron helped found Aguilar & Sieron law firm with one goal in mind - to fight for the rights of all people. Find out what we can do for you. Contact us and schedule an appointment right now.

Cases We Handle

No two criminal cases are ever exactly the same. That's why we approach each case from a unique perspective. Our law firm handles a wide range of criminal cases throughout Alachua County, including:

Whatever criminal charge you're dealing with, no matter how minor or serious it might seem, contact our law firm and learn more about your legal options. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How We Can Help You

When you have our law firm on your side, we can take an aggressive approach right from the start. Our formula for success frequently includes:

  • Reviewing your arrest report (Did the police follow the rules?)
  • Consulting with experts for in-depth analysis
  • Filing Motions to Suppress Evidence or Motions to Dismiss charges
  • Speaking with law enforcement officials on your behalf
  • Attending all your court appearances for you
  • Taking your case to trial, if necessary

Knowing what to do if you've been charged with a serious crime in Alachua County can be confusing. And with the stakes so high, there's no room for error. That's why it's critical that you schedule an appointment with our law firm as soon as possible.

There are often many critical deadlines that need to be met in order to maximize your opportunities for success. Otherwise, you could be fined or incarcerated for months or even years. Don't miss out. Contact Aguilar & Sieron. We put your best interests first.