I was charged with a DUI and called numerous lawyers throughout the county and explained to them my case. Every lawyer gave me a different service fee to take on my case and they were steep prices and in reality I felt like they weren’t going to step up to the plate for me. I found Mr. Jason Forman, explained my case to him and the next day I was able to see him and had a consultation. It was the best decision I made, not only did Mr. Forman and his employees help me with everything I needed in order to represent myself against the state of Florida, but he was able to get me the best result. When it was all said and done, Mr. Forman saved me a bunch of money and basically save me from trouble, hefty fines, reduced charge & penalties and made me get back on the right track again. I highly recommend Mr. Forman he is truly a defender of the people who need help against the State. Don’t go to court without him representing you or else you the state of Florida and court system will take advantage of you. You need a lawyer like him to help you…… with his excellent and prompt service, reasonable price for representation and results, he is the lawyer to go see!
Mr. Forman helped me immensely!
Cases Reversed on Appeal
- Attempted Murder
- Capital Sexual Battery
- Drug Trafficking
- Vehicular Homicide
- Grand Theft
- Aggravated Fleeing
- Sexual Battery
- Aggravated Battery
From Criminal Defense Lawyers
“An impeccable reputation as one of the finest criminal appeals attorneys.”
“Has an incredible grasp of Florida case law and is widely known for his successful post-conviction and appellate practice.”
- Larry M.
“A Great Appellate Attorney…He Is The Lawyer That Lawyers Go To With Their Legal Questions.”
- Joel M.
“An amazing criminal appellate and post conviction lawyer. He's an absolute appellate genius. ”
- Jessica M.
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Can lack of remorse be considered during my sentencing?
Consideration of a defendant’s lack of remorse used to be prohibited in Florida criminal courts. This was prohibited because this …