The firm teamed up with the acclaimed website design and marketing company Scorpion Design, Inc., the leaders in effective online marketing for attorneys and law firms across the U.S. This most recent website is devoted exclusively to criminal defense: www.MaitLaw.com.
A visitor to the site will find it easy to use and informative. One can watch an attorney discuss the firm and important criminal cases and their verdicts. There is information about what to do if arrested, the various crimes from resisting arrest, DUI, drug crimes, sex crimes, to domestic violence, and more. The site allows a visitor a chance to reach an attorney online or by phone and get help with a criminal defense matter.
Attorney Adam Mait graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania and JD with honors from the University of Florida. While in law school, he served as the Attorney General in charge of the student honor court. He is a former Assistant State Attorney and former Assistant Chief of Narcotics for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, training hundreds of law enforcement officers at state and federal agencies. Personalized service and thorough case preparation are part of successful case representation in the criminal court system, along with an aggressive defense as a strong advocate of the rights of defendants. The firm provides high quality legal representation.
Take this opportunity to visit the firm online or call and receive a confidential consultation. Contact a Miami criminal defense attorney today: www.MaitLaw.com.
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Mait Law, LLC represents criminal defense cases in Miami, Florida. Anyone facing criminal charges or under investigation for suspected criminal activities needs an aggressive defense. A conviction for an offense can mean time in jail, heavy fines, and other harsh penalties. It can affect other areas of life including employment, professional license, reputation, relationships, insurance premiums, and more. Attorney Adam Mait graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Florida, where he served as the chief prosecutor in charge of the student honor court. He gained valuable experience working as an Assistant State Attorney and former Assistant Chief of Narcotics for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office. He has trained hundreds of law enforcement personnel at state and federal agencies. An understanding of the procedures used by the prosecution gives him an advantage when defending criminal cases. You can learn more at www.MaitLaw.com.