We are committed to providing our clients with repre- sentation at the highest level of competence through dedication to obtaining a just result. Our staff is per-
sonalized and maintains open and frequent com- munication with out clients to keep them informed at each step of the legal process and of the status of their case. The Law Office of Charles D. Fantl repre- sents those who are charged with all types of criminal offenses, in family law disputes and those injured in accidents. My practice covers Lake, Sumter Counties and all Federal Courts in the Middle District of Fla.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE Ten Day Rule WARNING!
If you refused to take a breath, blood or urine test after being arrested for DUI in Florida, or if the results of your breath test were .08% blood-alcohol or above, your license ordinarily will be suspended 10 days after the arrest unless you or your attorney file a written demand for an administrative hearing within that 10 days. You should contact an attorney immediately to discuss your options since you have only TEN (10) days to either waive such a hearing and obtain a permit or to demand a formal review. We are available for a free consultation and case evaluation.
I have represented more than a thousand clients over the last 30 years for everything from DUI to murder, divorce, custody, and injunctions as well as those injured in an accident through no fault of their own. I am not afraid to go to trial and will aggressively represent your rights and will do everything within the law to protect your legal and constitutional rights.
I have been lead counsel in over one hundred jury and non-jury trials with exceptional results.
You Have the Right to an Attorney. We've all heard this on TV and movies but what does it mean? If you are contacted by law enforcement and asked to come to the station to speak to an officer, CALL AN ATTORNEY. If an officer comes to your home, work or school and wants to talk to you. TELL THE OFFICER YOU WILL NOT TALK UNTIL YOUR ATTORNEY IS THERE. Then, CALL AN ATTORNEY.
WHAT IF I'M STOPPED AFTER DRINKING?
And when they finally read to you that you have a right to remain silent. What should you say: