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Tampa Criminal Attorney: Being Investigated, Do I Need An Attorney?

This is a question often posed to Tampa criminal attorneys. Yes, you should absolutely contact the Florida criminal defense attorneys of Hackworth Law. Generally, it involves cases where good, hardworking people have learned they are being investigated by law enforcement for criminal charges ranging from white collar crimes to driving offenses. Often times these investigations are involved in small business owners and/or tax issues. Our experience advising small businesses in their day-to-day operations gives us a unique perspective to quickly investigate the facts and present your defense.

When developing butididntdoit.com, we specifically had people like you in mind. People, who just want to get back to their family and job; who are nervous, scared and confused; and who were in the wrong place at the wrong time and are now facing the unlimited resources and power of the State Attorney’s Office. The State Attorneys of Florida have teams of attorneys and investigators investigating your case right now. This is why it is critical to get your Hackworth Law involved in your case early. It is important we begin investigating the case, while the State Attorney is investigating the case, otherwise evidence will be lost and witnesses will be forgotten. If you are currently being investigated by State or Federal law enforcement, contact the Florida criminal defense attorneys of Hackworth Law for a free client consultation. We will begin your investigation and begin explaining the facts of your case to the State Attorney and that’s why we created butididntdoit.com.

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