Your Best Defense Against Criminal Charges in Central Florida
The Bigney Law Firm in Orlando is a full-service criminal defense law firm that strives to provide the best defense for people charged with criminal offenses in central Florida.
No case is too large or too small for The Bigney Law Firm. When your reputation and future are at stake, there is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. Our lawyers provide every client with the same level of determined advocacy, whether you face misdemeanor charges or a serious felony.
David Bigney has nearly 30 years of criminal defense experience. A skilled trial lawyer, David has successfully defended all types of criminal defendants in central Florida in cases ranging from resisting an officer to first degree murder.
Jason Bankowitz served as an assistant state attorney for the first four years of his career. Jason was designated as a specialist in both DUI and domestic violence cases, as well as being the primary prosecutor for Osceola, Florida. His experience as a prosecutor works to your advantage, as he has the ability to evaluate a case and anticipate arguments from both a prosecution and a defense point of view.
Our lawyers work hard to stay up to date on changes in the law in order to provide you with the most effective defense possible. When you hire the lawyers of The Bigney Law Firm, you know that you have done everything you can to defend yourself or your loved one against false allegations, unfair treatment, and overzealous police and prosecutors.
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About Bigney Law Firm
Free Criminal Case Evaluation
Our ability to respond quickly is one of the greatest strengths of The Bigney Law Firm. To schedule a free case evaluation with one of our attorneys, call 407-425-6068 any time of the day or night or fill out our contact form. For your convenience, our office is located in downtown Orlando, Florida, one block behind the courthouse. Se habla Español.
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