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Criminal Defense

Florida Lawyers You Can Trust

Northeast Florida criminal defense lawyer Mark Sieron understands the seriousness of being charged with a crime. That's because he and his legal team at Aguilar & Sieron have been fighting for the rights of people accused of committing crimes for more than three decades.

A former Florida prosecutor who has been widely honored by his peers for decades, attorney Sieron believes strongly in making sure his clients are respected. That's why he decided to become a criminal defense lawyer. He believes everybody deserves the best defense possible and the opportunity to clear their name.

If you have been charged with a crime in Clay County or elsewhere in Florida, contact our law firm today and schedule an appointment with us. We would be honored to serve your legal needs and stand up for your rights.

Cases We Handle

Criminal charges can cover a wide range in Florida. Some of the most common cases we handle at our law firm involve:

Whatever charge you or a loved one is facing, don't wait to take legal action. Contact us right away to learn more about all the legal options available to you.

How We Can Help You

If you are convicted of a criminal charge, your life could change forever. You could be fined thousands of dollars and sentenced to months or years in jail. Depending on which charge you are convicted of, your criminal record could prevent you from obtaining certain jobs or living in certain places. You might also be required to register with the police, especially if you're a convicted sex offender.

We realize every arrest is different. That's why we take a unique approach to every case. Our legal team can analyze every detail of your arrest, then work with you to create a comprehensive plan that addresses the specific circumstances surrounding it.

Some of the tactics we often employ in our effort to produce a positive result include:

  • Reviewing your arrest report for evidence of police wrongdoing, including:
    • Did the police have the right to arrest you?
    • Did they conduct a legal search?
    • Did they fully explain your legal rights?
    • Did they threaten or coerce you in any way?
  • Requesting that your charges be dismissed
  • Visiting the scene of the alleged crime
  • Consulting with experts
  • Speaking with police on your behalf
  • Appearing with you in court at all times
  • Taking your case to trial, if necessary

Remember, the police and the prosecutors don't represent you. That's why it's critical that you have someone you can trust in your corner, defending your rights. That's why you need Aguilar & Sieron. Contact our law firm today. We would be honored to serve your legal needs.