This is one of the first questions many individuals ask the criminal attorneys and family law lawyers of Hackworth Law. Ultimately, the specific judge’s primary implication on the case will be by making specific legal decisions in your case, like on a motion to dismiss, motion to suppress, etc. The current Florida sentencing scoring system really eliminates the majority of the discretion of the trial judge to deviate much from the guidelines. Our blog further addresses the issues elsewhere, but the Judge on your case will have the largest impact on your case, if the matter goes to trial and/or an evidentiary hearing.
Please click on the county of your case for listing of the judges – Polk, Pinellas and Hillsborough.
It is worth noting though that many Chief Judges regularly rotate judges from division to division. If you or someone you know has questions concerning the judge on their criminal or civil case, do not hesitate to contact the criminal attorneys and family law attorneys of Blumenauer Hackworth for a free case consultation. We offer three (3) ways to contact our criminal attorneys. First, you can use the “contact us now” tab in the upper right hand corner of our website. Secondly, you can use the free, secure chatbox in the lower right hand corner of our website. Unlike other Florida firms, you will actually speak with a criminal attorney, not an intake specialist, secretary, paralegal, etc. Lastly, we have trained operators standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to connect you to our criminal attorneys immediately. We look forward to working with you.