Areas of Practice - Tampa Criminal Defense

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Florida Felony Crimes

Felony Crimes

A felony is a serious criminal offense punishable by the possibility of more than one year in prison.

Florida Misdemeanor Crimes

Misdemeanors

A Florida misdemeanor is a crime punishable by up to one year in jail and a maximum fine of $1,000.

Expungement and Sealing - Florida

Expungement

A criminal record can (and will) stay with you forever, unless its expunged or sealed.

Violation of Probation - Florida

Probation Violations

If you have been accused of violating your probation, you do not have the right to a jury trial.

Criminal Appeals - Florida

Criminal Appeals

The role of an appellate court is to determine whether or not the trial court committed legal error.

Driving Under the Influence - Florida

Drunk Driving

At the Law Office of William B. Wynne, we have over 10 years of experience defending DUI charges.

Criminal Defense Specialty

We Handle all Criminal
Matters. State and Federal.

The Law Office of William B. Wynne is a local Tampa Bay criminal defense law firm. For over ten years, we’ve handled thousands of criminal cases. We offer free consultations and payment plans to those who qualify. Call us today to schedule your free consultation.

Felonies, misdemeanors, D.U.I., violation of probation, expungement and sealing of criminal records, criminal appeals, criminal traffic offenses, domestic violence, drug charges, white collar crimes, sex crimes, theft crimes, civil traffic infractions and more.

Criminal Practice Tampa Florida
Tampa DUI Defense Lawyer

Driving Under the Influence

For over ten years, our firm has aggressively defended DUI charges in the greater Tampa Bay area, including felony DUI charges, DUI accidents, DUI manslaughter, prescription drug DUI, underage DUI, and more.

In addition to DUI criminal charges, we also handle the administrative side to DUI charges, which includes representing clients at formal and informal hearings with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Florida Expungement and Sealing

Expunging and Sealing Records

In Florida, once you are arrested and/or charged with a criminal law violation, a public record is created. This criminal record will continue to exist indefinitely and remain open to the public unless it is expunged or sealed. 

Expunging or sealing a criminal record erases it from the public eye. In addition, you can lawfully deny or fail to acknowledge the existence of the criminal record. We’ve successfully helped over 200 clients expunge or seal their Florida criminal records.

Criminal Defense Areas of Practice
Criminal Defense, Drunk Driving, Record Sealing and Expungement
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